Kody Brown’s personal appearance at Janelle’s open house in Las Vegas failed to bring in any bids and RadarOnline.com exclusively confirmed that the Sister Wives stars slashed the price of the home by $25,000! With money woes looming for the family after they fled Sin City, the drastic price reduction didn’t bode well for the Browns. Click through Radar’s gallery to see the Vegas home that is languishing on the market amid the Sister Wives financial drama.
Kody Brown made a personal appearance at Janelle’s Las Vegas home in order to help it sell but the TLC reality star failed to bring in any new bids for the 6-bedroom, 5-bathroom home.
The Brown family has had trouble selling their three Las Vegas homes. Janelle originally listed the home for $649,000 in October 2018.
Janelle’s 4,238 sq. ft. house had a total reduction of $74,100 since she listed it in October 2018. She dropped the house $50,000 in January 2019 but that still didn’t help her offload the Vegas home.
The Browns shared on Sister Wives that they could only afford to put 10 percent down on their Coyote Pass Land when they moved out of Nevada.
Christine Brown’s house originally went on the market for $675,000 but was lowered to $614,900 in early 2019.
Robyn Brown’s home sold for the asking price of $619,900 in just a month.
Kody and his wives moved to Flagstaff, Arizona but Meri Brown was only renting hers after getting caught up in a shocking catfishing scandal.
Radar exclusively reported that Meri was listed as an “unmarried woman” on the warranty deed obtained from Iron County in Utah for her bed and breakfast, Lizzie’s Heritage Inn.
Why do you think Kody and the Sister Wives are having so much trouble selling their houses?