This could be a problem. Sister Wives stars Christine and Janelle Brown lowered the prices of their Las Vegas homes again as they struggle to sell them following their family’s move to Flagstaff, Arizona, Radar Online reported. Plus, Meri and Robyn Brown’s homes recently hit the market as well, but it’s anyone’s guess whether the Browns will have trouble selling those properties, too. Watch the video above to get more details and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
All four women are sister wives and married to husband Kody Brown. They decided to pack up and move their entire family to Flagstaff recently but still have not sold the homes they all resided in back in Vegas. Christine’s was the first to go up for sale for $675,000. The price was dropped in September to $649,000, and the price was cut again on November 1 to $639,000. Finally, on January 16, the price was again reduced to $614,900. As for Janelle’s house, it’s been on the market since October and was originally listed for $649,000. On January 23, the price was cut to $599,900. Notably, Janelle, 49, was originally the realtor on the homes, but the women have switched to someone else, Radar reported on January 28.
On January 17, both Meri, 48, and Robyn’s homes hit the market — Meri’s for $599,900 and Robyn’s for $619,900. Kody, 50, now owns a plot of land in Flagstaff that was split into four parcels in June, which will presumably be the new Brown homestead. But all of the wives seem to be living in other homes for the moment, although Radar reported that it’s not clear where Meri currently resides. Maybe she spends most of her time at her bed and breakfast in Parowan, Utah?
Sister-wife Christine, 46, recently told Us Weekly that right now, the family is, “just too far apart, and I miss everybody … It takes more effort to get together.” However, she added that they don’t plan to be so divided with their living arrangements for too long. “We’ve purchased property. My biggest hope is that we can just get out there … I can’t wait for that day.” Hopefully, they sell their homes ASAP so that day can come more quickly!