Kody Brown rushed his family's move to Arizona so he could put their four Nevada homes on the market. He claimed money for their mortgage and rent in Flagstaff would run out in months if the homes weren't sold.
After having trouble selling the Las Vegas abodes, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Kody is in tax debt.
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As Radar reported, Kody bought a plot of land in Flagstaff to be split into four parcels for $820,000 in June 2018.
The Coconino County Treasurer's Office exclusively confirmed to RadarOnline.com that Kody, Robyn and Christine failed to pay taxes in the amount of $2,063.70 on their parcel of land, which was due on December 31, 2018.
The amount of $82,55 was added in interest, making the total payment due $2,146.25. The clerk confirmed if the payment is not made on April 30, 2019, more interest will be added to the final amount.
More Delinquent Taxes
For the second parcel of land, which has Kody, Janelle and Meri listed, $1,990.82 in taxes was due on December 31, 2018.
Interest in the amount of $79.63 has been added, making the total payment due $2,070.45. More interest will accrue if not paid by April 30, 2019.
As for Kody and Christine's house, they owe $1,418.12 due on May 1, 2019. The Coconino County clerk confirmed the payment has not been received.
The other two plots of land were paid off.
Real Estate Nightmare
The delinquent taxes could have to do with the family's real estate trouble.
Robyn was the only wife to sell her home seamlessly. In February 2019, it was bought for $603,000 after she initially asked for $619,900.
A Second Sold Abode
Janelle's home was sold on Friday, April 5 for $574,900. The 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.
Christine sold her home on Tuesday, April 2 for $599,000. But the deal fell through, as it was put back on the market. She listed the house for sale in July 2018 for $675,000. It was cut to $649,000 in September 2018, $639,000 in November 2018 and $614,900 in January 2019.
As for Meri, her home remains on the market. Her house was originally listed for sale in January 2019 for $599,900. In March, the home was cut to $574,900.