NeNe Leakes the price of his marriage house was slashed again after him previously cut the price $ 200,000 in late October.
NeNe listed 10,000 sq. Ft. ft. Duluth, Georgia mansion for $ 4 million in September, nearly two months after her husband, Gregg, died of colon cancer at age 66.
According to Zillow.com, the former RHOA star lowered the price of his 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom manse another $ 305,000 to $ 3,495,000.
NeNe and Gregg originally bought their wedding home when it was built in 2015 north of $ 2 million.
The Mediterranean style mansion sits on a lush golf course with beautiful views overlooking a sparkling swimming pool with fountains.
Local real-state agents say NeNe isn’t the only one who doesn’t want to stay in her house after her husband died there.
There is a vague law that requires real estate agents to disclose a death of a property to potential buyers.
According to Redfin.com, a death in a home is considered a “material fact” such as a leaky roof or a cracked foundation.
Material facts must be disclosed to a buyer before the deal is closed.
Most buyers don’t want to sleep in a house that has just died because his or her spirit may be restless.
Question: Will you buy a house that has just died?