Is Christine Brown selling her house in Flagstaff?

On the October 23 episode of Sister Wives, Christine Brown and Kody Brown discuss what to do with her house in Flagstaff, Arizona. As she prepares to move to Utah with Truely Brown, Christine tries to figure out whether or not to sell her house. So, did the Sister Wives star end up selling her house? Here’s what we know.

Christine Brown, “Sister Wives” Season 17 | CCM

Christine decides whether or not to sell her house in Flagstaff

On the October 23 episode of Sister Wives, Christine sits down with Kody to discuss her plan as to whether or not she should return home to Flagstaff. “We are moving and keeping this house,” the mother of six tells Kody.

Christine and Kody Brown from TLC’s ‘Sister Wives’ | CCM/YouTube

In a few weeks, Ysabel is moving to North Carolina to attend college. However, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Christine’s other daughter, Gwendlyn, cannot move into a dorm and is going to need accommodation. Christine’s idea was to keep her Flagstaff home after moving to Utah with Truely, just so Gwendlyn could stay there and it would make it easier for Christine to return for visits to Flagstaff.

Kody liked the idea of ​​keeping the house just for the convenience it brings. “That’s actually probably a really good idea,” he told her.

Did Christine sell her house in Flagstaff?

In September 2018, Christine and Kody originally purchased the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home for $520,000. The 2,400 square foot home sits atop a 2.5 acre lot with views of the surrounding mountains. While Kody and Christine bought the house together, it was de-deeded in August 2020, making her the sole owner of the house.

Christine Brown’s house in Flagstaff, Arizona | Real estate agent

It seems that Christine’s plan to keep the house changed after her conversation with Kody. According to the listing (via Realtor), on August 5, Christine listed the home for $725,000. The home sat on the market for a few months before selling on October 8, 2021 for $700,000.

Fans speculate that with the conversation she had with Kody, she used the money from the Flagstaff house to invest in her new $1.1 million home in Murray, Utah, where she currently resides with Truely.

Kody wants Christine to spend the money on paying off the Coyote Pass property

Kody’s other idea was to sell Christine’s house and invest the money in paying for the Coyote Pass so “Janelle could actually build on it.”

Christine was certainly against this idea. “If I sell my house, I will keep the proceeds from the sale of my house. And put it towards the next house I buy. So if I sell, I won’t put that money into Coyote Pass,” Christine told the cameras.

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She said she wasn’t going to live on the homestead, so it didn’t make sense for her to put more money into Coyote Pass. Kody claims the house belongs to the family, since he paid the deposit. “I made all the payments on this house. Everybody. So no, I won’t give him any of the money from the sale of my house,” says Christine.

In the preview for the next episode of Sister Wives on October 30, Christine holds her ground when it comes to making decisions about her Flagstaff home. “My name is the only name on this house. So legally I can make all the decisions,” she says.

New episodes of Sister Wives Season 17 air Sundays at 10 p.m. EST on TLC.

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