Kendra Wilkinson Hired as Real Estate Agent by RHOBH's Kyle Richard's Husband Mauricio Umansky
Reality television worlds are colliding.
Former Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson — who just passed her real estate exam last month — announced on Monday that she is joining The Agency, a luxury real estate company founded by Mauricio Umansky, husband to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmember Kyle Richards.
Wilkinson shared a screenshot of an Instagram comment from Umansky's official account that read, "Welcome to the agency." She added an array of text and stickers to the image, writing, "So excited to join The Agency!! Let's gooooo!!" and "My new boss" alongside fire, house, and champagne glass emojis.
Umansky's high-end Los Angeles firm also has ties to another real estate reality series: Million Dollar Listing LA. Two of his agents, James Harris and David Parnes, appear on the Bravo show.
In June, Wilkinson shared the news that she passed her real estate exam with a series of Instagram shots.
"What I've been working on during quarantine finally paid off by passing my California real estate exam on the first try," she announced on Instagram, before thanking her kids, son Hank IV, 10, and daughter Alijah Mary, 6, for their support.
She added, "Was so nervous I couldn't even sleep one minute but I did it and now I can breathe and celebrate my hard work."
Wilkinson shared her good news alongside a photograph that appeared to show the star sitting nervously outside of the California Bureau of Real Estate Examination Center, as well as the congratulatory letter she was sent after passing the test.
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Also in June, Umansky and Richards relisted the California mansion they put up for sale after moving out almost three years ago.
They've been renting out the property in the interim, but the couple are now offering it to purchase again with a lower price tag: $5.95 million.
After buying another estate in Encino in late 2017, the pair put the Bel-Air property on the market for $6.995 million, listing it with The Agency. When it didn't immediately sell, they decided to lease it — for $50,000 per month as a short-term summer rental and then for $20,000 per month as an annual rental, Variety reported.