After selling her multi-million dollar estate in France, Sonja Morgan also listed her New York City townhome. But the reality star doesn’t want to let it go, and RadarOnline.com can exclusively report that Morgan is trying to refinance the five-floor house.
In documents obtained by Radar, the Real Housewives of New York star requested the court to allow her to hire a personal accountant. Despite having an accountant that handles her bankruptcy estate tax returns, Morgan wants to hire a separate firm to handle her personal returns, so she can start the process of refinancing her home.
“These tax returns are not only required, but are needed to allow the Debtor to pursue mortgage financing related to the townhouse,” the documents read.
The documents filed to the bankruptcy court also note that the sale of her French estate “has provided a significant starting point for a plan…” to most likely lower her payments.