Sister Wives News: Major Construction Plan
In June 2018, Kody, Meri, Christine, Janelle and Robyn Brown bought the Coyote Pass land for $820,000. The plan was to divide it into four separate homes, one for each of the wives. However, last season on Sister Wives, Kody came up with a different idea. He wanted to change the plan and instead build one gigantic mansion with enough room for all the families to live together.
Sister Wives 2020 Spoilers: Gwendlyn Brown Gives Coyote Pass Update
According to The Hollywood Gossip, Kody and Christine’s 18-year-old daughter shared an update on the building site. Gwendlyn Brown answered fan questions on Instagram, one of which was regarding the Arizona property. It sounds like zero progress has been made on turning the land into homes, whether it’s one huge mansion or four separate houses.
“We haven’t built anything yet. But I can guarantee it won’t be just one house.” So, it sounds like the wives won this debate with Kody and there will be four separate houses, not one like Kody wanted.
Sister Wives Updates: Long Journey Ahead
Gwendlyn Brown also confirmed that the Sister Wives cast isn’t living anywhere on the property and won’t be for quite a long time. She didn’t say if there was a reason for the delay. After all, the family is shelling out money every month in rents and mortgages while the land just sits there.
$1.8 Million Spent in Arizona Real Estate
It is already well-known that Kody doesn’t make the wisest financial decisions and is swimming in debt. The publication reported that adding up the Coyote Pass property, the rents and mortgages that the family has to pay, the Brown family has spent an estimated $1.8 million in real estate since moving to Arizona.
Sister Wives News: Kody Brown’s Real Estate Debt
A $390,000 down payment on a $520,000 home was paid for one house. As for Robyn, the couple paid a down payment of $667,500 on a $890,000 house. As for the other wives, they rent the homes they are currently living in. Then, there is the Coyote Pass property debt, Christine’s mounting medical bills for Ysabel and Truely, as well as Robyn applying for an emergency home equity line of credit of $150,000.
It sounds like the sooner the Brown Family start building and getting the construction done, the sooner they can get rid of a few of those rents and mortgages. If they don’t plan on building anything, then sell the land. However, if there is a legitimate reason for construction being held up, none of the family members have spoken up. But, they are quite vocal about “drowning” when it comes to their outstanding debts. Sounds like they have some decisions to make instead of complaining about a problem they are not taking any steps to solve.
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