What, Bravo doesn't pay the Real Housewives enough dough to keep them from liquidating their assets? Houses keep going on the market from cast members across the nation. Some we assume have to do with foreclosure, others perhaps because new babies are on the way (and a rich baby daddy to go with it), and others are unclear and potentially suspicious. But whoever is selling in this crappy market can't be too happy about having to do it.
From Beverly Hills to Jersey, let's peek inside the real estate of the sometimes rich and infamous Real Housewives:
Kim Zolciak's near-Atlanta Townhouse
Don't you have to live in Atlanta to be in The Real Housewives of Atlanta? Maybe that's why Kim Zolciak is selling her Duluth townhouse for $499,000, so she can move into the city. Actually Zolciak is knocked up and wants to unload this look-alike so she can start a new life with professional football player and baby daddy, Kroy Biermann. Zolciak has had to drop the price once already, but I guarantee you if she just took that hideous photo of the cardboard princess crown in the Pepto-Bismol room out of the listing and removed her glamour shots out of the dining room, she'd get her original asking price.
Kyle Richard's Bel Air Mansion
What, only $2.395 million for a mansion in Bel Air? This four-bedroom, five-bath house looks pretty fancy for this low price in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the nation. However, the aunt to Paris Hilton from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is actually moving up, as she and her husband are raking in the cash. (Again, you really should have to live in Bev Hills rather than Beverly Hills adjacent to get on the show, don't ya think?) But it's truly a sign of the times when a lovely barbecue pit in the front yard can't get you closer to the $4 million mark.
Lisa Vanderpump's Beverly Hills Mansion
While this one seems to be a real listing, in spite of lots of protestations, I just can't help but talk about Lisa Vanderpump and her $29 million mansion that may or may not be for sale. Does anyone else think Vanderpump was only cast on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills because of her awesome name? The expansive property is mind-blowing in its ostentatious-ness, and I can only hope whoever gets the Vanderpump seven-bedroom, ten-bathroom spread appreciates topiary and tennis.
Teresa Giudice's Jersey Mansion
Is it or isn't it? Conflicting reports of her house being for sale were thrown around earlier this year, but the $4 million listing was on a real estate site. And the financial problems Joe and Teresa faced were real. However, if the Jersey family everyone loves to gawk at can keep the six-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath be-marbled manse in the family, they should. It's hard to sell something with such, um, specific interior design.
Which housewife's house would you most like to inhabit?