“Teen Mom 2” alum Chelsea Houska sold her home for $45,000 under her asking price, The Sun reported on April 25.
The couple listed their home for $600,000 on June 2, The Sun wrote, citing Realtor. On July 16, the South Dakota residents accepted an offer of $555,000, according to real estate records cited by The Sun.
Though the couple agreed to an offer below their asking price, it doesn’t mean they didn’t make a profit. The future HGTV stars raked in more than $100,000: They paid $435,000 for the six-bedroom home when they purchased it in June 2018, The Sun wrote.
The home has an estimated value of $509,500, according to Realator. The six-bedroom, two-bathroom house is 3,466 square feet and sits on six acres.
The house’s sale comes amid Houska’s $3 million lawsuit with her former consulting manager, a company known as Envy. The company accused Houska and her husband, Cole DeBoer, of accused of retaining profits they earned through social endorsements, The Sun and The Ashley’s Reality Roundup reported.
The couple denies the allegations against them, their rep told The Ashley.
Houska Loves Living In a Rural Area
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When Houska and DeBoer purchased their home in 2018, one of the main selling points for Houska was how peaceful the home seemed to her.
“Like, just listen,” she said while talking to a “Teen Mom 2” producer. “Like, I know it’s not for everyone, like the whole no people thing, it’s f****** for us. How do you not find this peaceful? I don’t understand how people wouldn’t want to live wide open.”
“Oh my God. And I want to put a cool tire swing out there and just be able to let the kids go man,” she said. “If we had friends we’d like invite them over for parties. but we don’t have any so we’ll enjoy it.”
“This is definitely the selling point,” Houska added. “When I came out here I was like, oh yeah, I can picture this.”
But it wasn’t meant to be their forever home.
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