Sister Wives celeb Kody Brown along with his four wives owns several properties in Flagstaff, Arizona. However, it’s no secret the supersized family is in financial duress. They have huge medical bills. Plus the costs of owning so many properties and renting others until they build their family compound on their Coyote Pass property are creating additional burdens.
Many Sister Wives fans think Kody Brown is selling off some of the family properties. In fact, recent sales in Coyote Pass have fans wondering if the Browns are indeed giving up on their Coyote Pass dream.
Sister Wives: Kody Brown & Wives Move To Flagstaff Not As Expected
Sister Wives patriarch Kody Brown leads his wives to Flagstaff promising them it would be better for the family financially and morally. However, the family is far from better off two years after the purchase and move. In fact, each wife and their kids are still living in separate houses miles apart from each other.
Two of Kody’s wives, Christine Brown and Robyn Brown, actually own their houses. However, Janelle Brown and Meri Brown, are both still renting fairly expensive houses. In fact, all the wives except Christine have moved more than once since they arrived in Flagstaff.
Kody and his Sister Wives were a close family when Las Vegas was their home. Now that they are living so far apart, their family life has pretty much fallen apart. The wives and siblings rarely see each other. Many of the siblings only saw each other in school – before COVID. Now with the pandemic, their time spent as a united family is more or less nonexistent.
Coyote Pass Up In Value
There is some good news for the Kody Brown and the Sister Wives. Their real estate at Coyote Pass is significantly up in value since they bought. The Browns purchased just over 12 acres for $820,000. The 2.5 acre lots are now selling for close to $250,000. They paid $170,000 for that size parcel. So their land value is approximately 1.2 million dollars. Kody has made almost a 50% profit. Certainly, a $400,000 payday would solve a multitude of their financial problems.
Since the Sister Wives stars have substantial equity in their properties, another option would be to take out a line of credit against the parcels and use it to build the four houses as originally planned. However, it appears the Kody Brown and wives have adapted to their new normal of separate lives. So it might not even be in the cards to reunite the clan to one centralized geographical hub.
Sister Wives: Some Fans Think Kody Brown Is Selling Off Property at Coyote Pass
Now, some Sister Wives followers believe Kody Brown is actively trying to sell some if not all of the parcels he and his wives own. Off and on for the last 18 months, several parcels have come up for sale in Coyote Pass. In fact, one even sold just a few days ago. However, those parcels according to tax records are owned by other people, and not the Brown family.
Still, some conspiracy theory fans think it’s possible the lots are being advertised with different identification to somehow offer Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn some anonymity.
However, that is not the case. Based on Soap Dirt’s latest inquiry, all the vacant lots owned by the Sister Wives are still family-owned and not currently listed for sale.
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