‘Sister Wives’: Christine Brown Last of Four Wives to Cross the Finish Line


Sister Wives star Christine Brown finally has her Las Vegas Nevada home sold and closed. It’s been quite a long road for Kody’s third wife getting to the finish line. But now the last of the four Brown houses on the cul de sac of dreams is sold. After nearly 15 months on the market and numerous price reductions, the Browns are now able to put the Las Vegas chapter of their lives in their rearview mirror.It’s anchors away for Las Vegas and full steam forward for Flagstaff for the Brown clan.

Sister Wives: Christine Brown’s House Was First To List But Last To Sell

Sister Wives star Christine Brown was the first of Kody’s wives to jump on the leaving Las Vegas train. So much so that she was the first to list her house for sale back in July 2018. She also listed her house for the highest price. Now almost 15 months later she is the last to sell. Coincidentally she also garnered the lowest sales price of all the wives.

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Christine’s house was the most challenging to sell. It took six reductions in price to even get an offer. Also, the Browns changed real estate brokers a few months in and still that didn’t get Christine’s house close to sold. Multiple open houses and even a gimmicky sales video made by the wives’ shared husband Kody Brown failed to secure a buyer. Even with the last slash of list price, Christine still ended up accepting less than her asking price. When all is said and done, Christine sold her house for $140,000 less than her initial list price. So, after expenses The Browns cleared close to $60,000 profit on Christine’s house.

Kody Brown Needs Christine’s Cash Now

Sister Wives husband Kody Brown certainly needs the cash from the sale of Christine’s house. The Browns foolishly bought an expensive parcel of land in Flagstaff before selling any of their Las Vegas homes. No doubt that was not a sound financial decision. In fact, The Browns have been plagued with financial difficulties within months of their exodus from Sin City.

The Sister Wives stars fell behind on their tax bill for their Coyote Pass property in Flagstaff. Additionally, their future income from their hot TLC show was in question as they anxiously awaited renewal for Season 14. Finally, things are looking up for the Browns. Eagle-eyed fans have spotted The Browns filming in and around Flagstaff as well as in Chicago. Also, online chatter and leaks point to the new season debuting early January 2020. So it looks like we will get to see more of The Brown family drama in the not too distant future.

The new season of Sister Wives debuts in January on TLC.

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