Kody Brown has yet to break ground on the $820,000 worth of land he purchased in Flagstaff, Arizona. The Sister Wives star failing to build homes on the property could have to do with unpaid taxes.
RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that more interest has been added to the two parcels of land.
Scroll down the gallery to find out how much more the family owes!
Because the Browns failed to make a payment on April 30, more interest was added. The amount due is now $2,173.77, according to Coconino County Treasurer's Office.
The family also failed to make this payment on April 30. The total due is currently $2,096.99
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The other two parcels of land and the mortgage on Kody’s home with Christine has no outstanding payments.
Sister Wives Nightmare
The family moved to Flagstaff in August 2018, leaving their convenient four-home cul-de-sac in Las Vegas. They expressed their fears of having to live separately for years. Meri, Janelle and Robyn are renting homes, while Christine and Kody bought a house.
Real Estate Drama
The financial trouble started when they had trouble selling the Sin City homes. Meri put her home on the market on January 17, 2019 for $599,900. After a price cut, it was sold for $574, 900 on May 7.
Janelle’s house was purchased in April 2019 for $574,900 after price cuts. Janelle’s house was originally listed for sale in October 2018 for $649,000. It was lowered to $599,900 in January 2019 and then $574,900 in March. Robyn was the first one to sell her home for $619,900 in February 2019.
Still For Sale
Christine’s home remains on the market. She listed the house for sale in July 2018 for $675,000. The price was cut to $649,000 in September 2018, $639,000 in November 2018 and $614,900 in January 2019.
Kody rushed their move to Arizona because he claimed they would run out of money in months without the sale of the four homes.