“Teen Mom 2” alum Chelsea Houska bought her dwelling for $45,000 below her asking worth, The Sun reported on April 25.
The couple listed their dwelling for $600,000 on June 2, The Sun wrote, citing Realtor. On July 16, the South Dakota residents accepted a proposal of $555,000, in accordance with actual property information cited by The Sun.
Though the couple agreed to a proposal beneath their asking worth, it does not imply they did not make a revenue. The future HGTV stars raked in additional than $100,000: They paid $435,000 for the six-bedroom dwelling after they bought it in June 2018, The Sun wrote.
The dwelling has an estimated worth of $509,500, in accordance with Realtor. The six-bedroom, two-bathroom home is 3,466 sq. toes and sits on six acres.
The home’s sale comes amid Houska’s $3 million lawsuit along with her former consulting supervisor, an organization often called Envy. The firm accused Houska and her husband, Cole DeBoer, of accused of retaining earnings they earned via social endorsements, The SunandThe Ashley’s Reality Roundupreported.
The couple denies the allegations towards them, their rep advised The Ashley.
Houska Loves Living In a Rural Area
When Houska and DeBoer bought their dwelling in 2018, one of many major promoting factors for Houska was how peaceable the house appeared to her.
“Like, simply hear,” she mentioned whereas speaking to a “Teen Mom 2” producer. “Like, I do know it is not for everybody, like the entire no individuals factor, it is f****** for us. How do you not discover this peaceable? I do not perceive how individuals would not need to dwell broad open.”
“Oh my God. And I need to put a cool tire swing on the market and simply be capable of let the youngsters go man,” she mentioned. “If we had buddies we might like invite them over for events. however we have no so we’ll take pleasure in it.”
“This is certainly the promoting level,” Houska added. “When I got here out right here I used to be like, oh yeah, I can image this.”
The home was burglarized in 2019 whereas the household was on trip in Colorado.
“We realized our home was damaged into whereas we have been gone,” Houska mentioned on an episode of “Teen Mom 2,” per In Touch Weekly. “It’s been over every week now and I’m nonetheless shaken up.”
The home wasn’t meant to be their without end dwelling.
The DeBoers then purchased a plot of land in Vermillion, South Dakota, in early 2020 the place they constructed their dream dwelling. They began an Instagram web page to doc the method for his or her followers, calling it Down Home DeBoers. The web page has since amassed greater than 700,000 followers and may need helped Chelsea and Cole land their very own gig on HGTV.
In spring 2023, viewers will get to look at Chelsea and Cole renovate houses in South Dakota for the show known as, “Farmhouse Fabulous.”
The Whole Family Will Appear on the Show
While Chelsea and Cole would be the stars of “Farmhouse Fabulous,” there can even be appearances by their 4 youngsters — Aubree, Watson, Layne and Walker — in addition to Chelsea’s dad, Randy Houska, and her stepmom, Rita.
Randy boasted about his daughter and spouse showing on the identical show throughout an Instagram put up.
“Over the previous couple of years, I’ve had my little little bit of time in some limelight, at all times supported by @ritasofyankton Now it’s her time to shine,” he wrote on April 11. “Her story contains opening a second retailer in #CusterSDto getting a possibility to show off a few of her portray and residential decor expertise on HGTV with our personal@chelseahouska within the coming 12 months.”
“I’m comfortable to step apart and watch girls in my life bloom,” he concluded. “Life is nice.”