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Real Housewives Having Real Trouble With Their Real Estate

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It's a tough economy out there.

The Real Housewives are feeling the pain too. At least a dozen stars from all the various RH shows, including OC, DC, Atlanta, and New Jersey, have faced some major real estate woes in the past three or so years.

Between bankruptcy, foreclosure, short sales, evictions, and going in default, it seems that many of the cast member have had to sell their houses at reduced prices.

A rep from Zillow says that RHONJ's Teresa and Joe Guidice "were nearly $11 million in debt when their Towaco, NJ home underwent foreclosure. The couple filed for bankrupty and fortunately, are facing their money problems in credit counseling, some of the other Housewives could benefit from."

Yup, times are definitely tough. Even for ladies who love to flaunt their swimming pools, diamonds, and furs. Guess it's time to buckle down and save some money. We can totally imagine a whole new spinoff, The Real Housewives Get REAL. Ha!

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4 comments to “Real Housewives Having Real Trouble With Their Real Estate”



  1. 1

    Watched them during the week and watching Joe get drunk in front of kids tells you how he only thinks of himself and how he's just not getting it. She needs to do a reality check. Its like she's saying I won't be proved wrong rather than say I need to do whats best for my kids and myself. She is the one keeping the ship from sinking. She screams at everyone, but the one who is closest to her.



  2. 2

    This IS NOT NEWS. This has been in the news for about a year now. And they didn't lose their home. Not the one pictured anyway. Why are you piecing together articles to try to make one?



  3. 3

    That's one UGLY house!!!!!!

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    With no one printing wads of money to bail THEM out, they'll (surprise) have to live within their means. Life balances itself if it's allowed to.