Didn’t the Browns think their homes would sell quickly? Sister Wives star Christine Brown shared updates on Twitter and Instagram about the sale of several of the Brown family homes in Las Vegas, and as of March 5, it looks like three of them are still available. A real estate group called the Tom Love Group posted about an open house event featuring the houses, and Christine, 46, retweeted it and wrote, “Open house this weekend March 9-10!! Thanks for coming!!”
The initial tweet also linked to the Tom Love Instagram post about the open house, with the caption, “three homes available next to each other in the exclusive 9-home community of Eagle Rock Estates.” The pictures definitely appear to be three of the Brown family homes in Las Vegas, so apparently, the Browns moved to Flagstaff, Arizona without first selling all of their properties back in Nevada. Weren’t they trying to save money with this move?
To top it all off, Kody Brown — husband to Christine, Meri Brown, Janelle Brown and Robyn Brown — appeared in a commercial for the Tom Love company advertising the open house event. He “personally” invited visitors to come and see the homes, and said “love to see you there” in the ad. So, was Kody, 50, a “special guest” at the open house or what?
In the Tom Love Group ad, the address of one of the homes is featured. A quick Google search shows that home is still on the market, even after this “open house extravaganza.” One of the Brown family homes does seem to be under contract, according to the Instagram posting, but not unloading three other houses in another state after a big move to four other houses in Flagstaff probably doesn’t mean great things for the family wallet.
Christine and Janelle, 49, actually lowered the prices of their Las Vegas homes back in January as they struggled to sell them following the family’s move to Flagstaff. Robyn’s home was considered off the market in February, so that’s probably the one that’s “under contract” in the Instagram ad. But technically the family still owns three houses in Nevada and rents four places far apart from one another in Arizona. It’s a mystery how the Browns can afford all that, and tbh, Sister Wives viewers may never know the full story behind this move.