Selling Sunset returned earlier this month where fans were able to catch up on what’s been going on in the lives of the real estate agents at The Oppenheim Group. The Netflix show has not yet been confirmed for a fourth season but if the show’s popularity is anything to go by, it is likely to return. But it was during series two and three that viewers got to meet one of Davina Potraz’s biggest clients.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Selling Sunset.

In season two, Selling Sunset introduced Davina’s latest client Adnan Sen who appointed her with the task of finding a buyer for his luxurious home.

Priced at a whopping $75million (£56m), it was difficult right from the start to find someone who wanted to purchase the property, much to Adnan’s annoyance.

Even though boss Jason Oppenheim was keen to taken the listing off their website, it seems like Davina is still trying to sell the house, having told The Metro how Adnan is now “open to negotiating” regarding the price.

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Who is Begum Sen?

Begum Sen is the wife of luxury property developer Adnan Sen.

While Selling Sunset does focus more on Davina’s conversations with Adnan, Begum does pop up from time to time.

When Christine Quinn showed up to try and help find a buyer, Begum was seen walking into the $75million home with their two dogs.

But it seems like Begum has very little to do with the sale with her husband having years of experience as the founder of Sen Properties.

Begum was seen in Selling Sunset while Davina visited the extraordinary home to speak to Adnan.

Despite not yet being able to sell the property, the real estate agent remains hopeful about coming to some sort of arrangement.

Talking to The Metro, she said: “Adnan is still a client.

“He’s a great client and he’s very well aware that the listing is overpriced, but I think he is open to negotiating and potentially working together more.”

source: express.co.uk

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