Sister Wives star Kody Brown owes $1K taxes on home with Robyn as family ‘can’t afford’ to build on vacant land

SISTER Wives star Kody Brown owes over $1,000 in taxes on the Flagstaff, Arizona home he shares with wife Robyn, as the family “can’t afford” to build on vacant land they purchased back in 2018. 

The Sun can exclusively reveal Kody, 53, owes $1,058.31 in property taxes, which include interest, on the Arizona home he shares with fourth wife Robyn, 42. 


Kody and Robyn Brown owe $1,058.31 in property taxes on their Flagstaff, Arizona home[/caption]

Kody and Robyn bought the home for $890,000 in 2019[/caption]

Kody missed two tax bills on the house, according to an Arizona court. 

Kody and Robyn bought the five bedroom, fourth bathroom home for $890,000 in August 2019.

The massive home almost ended Kody and Robyn’s marriage. 

The home they were renting went on the market, forcing them to find another house.

The kitchen has stainless steel appliances[/caption]

There is also a kitchen island[/caption]

The living room has hardwood floors[/caption]

Kody and Robyn almost divorced over the home[/caption]

Robyn refused to buy an abode because she feared it would financially delay the family building homes on land purchased back in 2018. 

Kody threatened to “dissolve” their marriage, as Robyn eventually gave in and agreed to buy the home. 

The missed tax bills come as the family has been struggling financially. 

Kody and his four wives Meri, 50, Janelle, 51, Christine, 49, and Robyn have yet to build four homes on land they purchased called Coyote Pass.


Kody shares 18 children with his four wives[/caption]

Janelle Brown/Instagram

The family has yet to build homes on land they purchased called Coyote Pass[/caption]

Janelle Brown/Instagram

Kody said the family can’t afford to build on the land yet[/caption]

On the most recent season of Sister Wives, the family struggled living in four separate homes miles apart.

Janelle said the family dynamic “worried” her, while Robyn commented “we’re really acting like four separate families.”

The wives pushed Kody to begin building on the four parcels of land.

Kody said that just because their four homes in Las Vegas sold, that “doesn’t mean we have money.”


The family argued over building four homes or one giant home for all[/caption]

The wives live in separate homes miles apart

The family also disagreed on if they should build one home or four separate homes, as Christine was adamantly against sharing a home with the other wives. 

Christine even pushed the family to move back to Utah, though they all turned down her idea. 

Meri rents a four-bedroom, four-bathroom home for $4,500 a month.

The home is estimated at $1,320,743. 


Meri is renting a home for $4,500 a month[/caption]


Christine lives in a $520,000 house[/caption]


Christine owns the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home[/caption]

Kody purchased a home with Christine for $520,000.

Kody then transferred the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home to his wife, to whom he is “spiritually” but not legally married. 

In the Warranty Deed obtained by The Sun, “married” Kody is listed as the grantor, while “single” Christine is the grantee, meaning she is purchasing the home from him in the amount of “10 dollars.”

The Warranty Deed was dated August 28 and was filed with the Arizona court on November 6. 

The ranch house Janelle was renting was listed for sale on May 22 for $699,000. 

The house has five bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The seller found a buyer quickly, as the home already has a pending offer.

It is unclear what Janelle’s next move will be. 


The home Janelle was renting has been listed for sale[/caption]

The house already has a buyer[/caption]

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