Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss has unloaded one of her properties for half a million dollars.
According to real estate records obtained by Radar, the Bravo star found a buyer for her 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom, 3,733 sq. ft. home located in Fayetteville, Georgia.
The home was bought for $555k. The last sale listed for the home was back in 1996 for $252k, which is when Kandi presumably purchased the pad. That means the reality star made a pretty penny on the sale.
The all-brick traditional ranch has been “completely updated” inside. The property sits on 2 acre on a private cul de sac. The amenities include a wood burning fireplace, expansive master suite and a luxurious master bath with jetted tub.”
Kandi also had the kitchen updated with stainless steel and “loads of cabinet space.” The home also comes with an enclosed porch that overlooks the pool arm.” A 1-bedroom guest home is also featured in the backyard.
The RHOA star still owns her main home in Atlanta. The property is a 7-bedroom, 10-bathroom mansion that features a heated pool with bar, elevator, 5-car garage, and an intense security system.
The home sale comes as Kandi is dealing with a ton of drama with the two restaurants she runs with her husband, Todd Tucker.
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The couple’s business has been hit with two federal liens over unpaid taxes. The second lien filed by the IRS accuses the Burruss Tucker Restaurant Group LLC of owing $5,156.50 in back taxes on a 2021 bill.
Kandi and Todd run two spots named Old Lady Gang and Blaze.
The two were hit with a separate lien over a 2020 bill where they are accused of owing $15,812.52.
The report said the employees had improperly handled food. The official said they had "observed hot potentially hazardous food received at less than 135 degrees," expired food being used, and food not being properly labeled.
Both restaurants have a C health score at the moment. Kandi has never publicly addressed the problems facing her businesses or revealed any steps she took to fix things.