I work for Selling Sunset’s real estate group but I’m not on the show – and yes, the office you see on the show is real

A REAL estate agent has gone viral on social media after she gave a behind-the-scenes look at Selling Sunset.

Cassidy Hiepler joined the team in 2020 and, for the past few months, has been offering insights into her job alongside the Oppenheimer brothers.

The executive real estate assistant to the top-sales agent and star, Mary Fitzgerald, recently shared a video where she hung out at the office after a long day of showing homes.

Unlike the stars of the show, the recent bride could be seen wearing much more comfortable shoes and outfits.

Describing her video as "a day in the life of a real estate agent at the Oppenheim group," she claimed she had spent most of the morning out with clients.

She even showed off her real estate agent sign as proof.

"Some days, I dress really cute but today, I'm just wearing jeans – also, just got these new platform Converse!" she said in her video as she made the trek from her car to the Sunset Plaza offices.

Once inside, her followers were shocked to realize that the offices of the real estate agents were the same ones shown on Selling Sunset.

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The brick walls showed off the iconic clock seen on the show, as well as the golden bell that's meant to be rung whenever a sale is made.

They also had erected a Christmas tree and had decorated the motorcycle at the front window with fairy lights.

To further prove her involvement with the group, Mary's assistant sipped from an official mug with their logo.

Towards the end of the video, she could be seen relaxing at what many identified as Christine Quinn's desk with her shoes kicked off.

Many fans of the show rushed to the comment section to further ask her questions about her time at the agency.

One person wrote: "Why did I think that the only realtors they had were the ones on the show?"

A second claimed that they believed the offices on the show were just part of a set.

And a third asked: "So are you guys part of the drama or do you even see the others?"

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