According to records obtained Radar, the two exes are both still named on the deed of the Oregon property.
For the past two seasons of the TLC show, Amy was seen having discussions of selling her stake in the farm to Matt.
On the most recent episode that aired on May 28, 2019, the Roloffs were still going through Pumpkin season in October.
Amy's biggest problem was deciding whether or not to keep her farm house, switch to Matt's smaller property on the farm, or sell her stake completely and move into a neighborhood.
"I'm still pondering the big decision on what I need to do, want to do, in regards to the farm," Amy revealed in the last episode. "I'm considering maybe taking the buyout from Matt as well. I think that's an area he's emphasizing and deep down would prefer — regardless of what he may say. So yeah I'm still weighing my options."
"If I do move from the farm, most likely I'll be living in the neighborhood." Amy continued. "I like my space. And so living in a neighborhood is kind of intimidating in the sense that I'm like 'man, am I going to feel claustrophobic now with all my houses so close together and everything?'"
She continued: "If I choose the property that Matt lives on, I'll have to go up against Matt and get into that negotiation stuff that he is a fan of and I'm not sure I really want to deal with him on that."
But it seems Amy and Matt's decision has been made and they are both going to remain on the Roloff family farm, keeping with the same agreement since her divorce took place in 2016.
Property records show both their names remain on the deed of the house.
In addition, a 2019 Annual Report taken in February — three months after that episode was filmed — lists Matt and Amy Roloff with equal stake in the Roloff Family Farms Inc. business.