As stars move away from Justin Duggar’s renowned family, he and his wife Claire purchase a humble $134K fixer-upper property in Texas.
As celebrities distance themselves from Justin Duggar’s famous family, he and his wife Claire buy a $134K fixer-upper in Texas.
JUSTIN and Claire Duggar have bought a $134,700 fixer-upper property in Texas, as the stars have moved away from his famous family.
Justin, 18, and Claire, 19, married in February 2021 and moved to Texas, where Claire’s family lives.
The Sun has learned exclusively that the pair acquired a home in Fort Worth, Texas on September 9, 2021.
Because selling amounts are not public record in Texas, The Sun was able to get a deed with a general purchase price of $10.
Real estate-related website According to Realtor, the single-family home is worth $134,700.
The house has two bedrooms and one bathroom and is 737 square feet.
The property also includes a garage and a backyard.
Real estate photos show worn-out floors, appliances, cabinetry, and more, indicating that the house is in need of some TLC.
Justin is the ideal candidate for this project because he renovates and sells houses.
Justin’s father, Jim Bob, 55, bought a Springdale, Arkansas home for $35,500 on May 18, 2020 and sold it to Justin for $1 on December 8, 2020, according to The Sun.
Justin posted wonderful before and after pictures of the kitchen after refurbishing the trailer.
Justin and his wife sold the house to a married couple for his asking price of $195,000 on March 8.
Justin and Claire got engaged in November 2020, just months after confirming their courtship on the family’s now-canceled reality show Counting On.
In February 2021, they married in Texas.
Counting On fans assumed Justin had gone to Texas after it was reported that he had joined her church.
Justin claimed Spivey Construction, a Texas-based company founded by Claire’s father Robert in 2006, as his employment for a campaign gift, according to the Federal Election Commission.
His official title at the company is “secretary.”
Following the cancellation of the Duggar family’s reality show Counting On, the decision was made.
Counting On was canceled in April 2021 after Josh was arrested for two charges of child pornography.
Josh has pleaded not guilty to the charges, and his trial is set on November 30.
Anna, his wife, is pregnant with their seventh child and is by his side.