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'It Was My Best Year Ever': How 'Selling Sunset' Star Mary Fitzgerald Is Killing It In Quarantine, Gives Essential Tips For Buyers

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Mar. 7 2021, Published 12:01 a.m. ET

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Real estate agent Mary Fitzgerald was known for closing luxury deals in L.A. long before becoming a small-screen sensation on Selling Sunset. OK! catches up with the TV personality. 

What have you been up to lately? 
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: Selling a bunch more homes! I moved my son [Austin] out here to L.A., and [my husband] Romain and I moved into a new house.

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Any update on the next season of Selling Sunset
We're all kind of in limbo because of COVID. I would expect us to be able to start filming something in a couple of months, probably March or April. 

How has the pandemic affected the market — and your industry? 
Oh, it's on fire. It was my best year ever. Because of quarantine, everyone needs bigger homes and office space. Some people are getting pregnant, [and] some people are getting divorced because they've been in lockdown with their partners. There's just a lot of change going on, and so there's many people moving. 

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Advice for first-time homebuyers? 
Take advantage of the interest rates right now and look in up-and-coming areas. You'll make a lot of money going forward in a very short amount of time. Single-family homes are more in demand, and condos aren't selling as well, so it could be a great time to snatch [a condo] up in a good location that, after the pandemic, people will start buying again.

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