Sister Wives celeb Kody and his four wives own several properties in Flagstaff, Arizona. However, it is no secret that the super large family is in financial distress. They have huge medical bills. Plus the cost of owning so many properties and renting others until they build their family composition on their Coyote Pass property create additional burdens.
Sister Wives: Kody and Wives Move To Flagstaff Not As Expected
Many fans of Sister Wives think that Kody Brown sells 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 patriarch Kody leads his wives to Flagstaff and promises them that it is financially and morally better for the family. However, the family is far from better off two years after the purchase and move. In fact, every wife and their children still live in separate houses, miles apart from each other.
Two of Kody Brown’s wives, Christine Brown and Robyn Brown, own their house. Janelle Brown and Meri Brown, however, both still rent quite expensive houses. In fact, all the women, except Christine, have moved more than once since they arrived in Flagstaff.
Kody Brown and his Sister Wives were a close family when Las Vegas was their home. Now that they live so far apart, their family life has almost fallen apart. The women and siblings rarely see each other.
Many of the siblings only saw each other at school – for COVID. Now with the pandemic, their time as a united family is more or less non-existent.
There is good news for the Kody Brown and the Sister Wives. Their property on Coyote Pass has increased in value significantly since they bought it. The Browns bought just over 12 acres for $820,000. The 2.5-acre lots are now being sold for nearly $250,000. They paid $170,000 for that size plot. So their land value is about $1.2 million. Kody Brown has made a profit of almost 50%. Sure, a $400,000 payday would solve a multiple of their financial problems.
Since the Sister Wives stars have significant equity in their properties, another option would be to take a line of credit against the plots and use it to build the four houses as originally planned. However, it appears the Kody and wives have adapted to their new normal of separate lives. So it may not even be in the cards to reunite the clan into one centralized geographical hub.