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Season four of the Netflix reality series is set to be dropping on the streamer later this year, and while there have been some changes to the team in more recent months, some things have resolutely stayed the same.
Yep, after all this time, Davina Potratz still hasn't sold that now infamous $75 million mansion.
Despite its enviable location in the heart of Beverly Hills, and boasting desirable features such as a wine cellar, a home cinema and a gym on top of its staggering seven bedrooms, Davina still hasn't convinced any of her wealthy clients to part with the whopping sum - the equivalent of £54 million.
And now, co-star Mary Fitzgerald has explained why she thinks the house just won't shift.
"No one's buying at that price, it will always... Unless the price is halved, it's gonna remain on the market," she told Metro.
"It's somebody's style and taste but... it's in a great location. There's definitely things going for it but it's very stylised and it's completely overpriced so it's a hard sell."
Davina, who had no qualms about working her co-workers feathers while on Selling Sunset, quit the Oppenheim Group last year.
She is now thought to be working at rival brokerage Douglas Elliman.
Yet despite leaving the company, Mary has explained that Davina is still thought to be featuring in season four.
"Netflix said that she's still going to be a cast member. I don't know how that works out," she said.
"I don't know if she's still the other brokerage, if she's come back, if she's just going to be on the show and stay there, I have no idea how that's working out. They haven't given me any information...I don't know what the deal is."
Roll on season four!