The current season of Little People, Big World continues to focus on Roloff Farms. The TLC series features Matt and Amy Roloff post-divorce — and while their twins, Zach and Jeremy Roloff, both took interest in buying part of the farm, neither of them finalized the sale. In a recent social media post, Matt admitted he still owed Amy “a bundle of money,” and it likely has to do with the farm.
Has the Roloff Farm been sold? What to know about who owns the farm in 2022
Who currently owns Roloff Farms in 2022? After Matt Roloff and Amy Roloff divorced, Little People, Big World focused on the future of the family farm. Amy sold her half of the farm to Matt and moved off of the property into a new home. Now, Matt currently owns the entire farm, though Zach and Jeremy Roloff were interested in buying Amy’s half of the property.
While Matt is currently the sole owner of the farm, he recently decided to put 16 acres of the property up for sale. That will leave him with 92 acres for himself once the acres sell. In an Instagram post, he explained he wanted to sell some of the property to have less acreage to maintain.
“My twin boys decided not to consider working together toward a possible joint sale,” Matt wrote in May 2022. “Both of them (along with their growing families) had moved on to other interests and investments …. Based on that, turning the big 60 in my cranky old body, the continuing maintenance/demands of the farm- the difficult decision was made so I could take steps toward my retirement goals.”
‘Little People, Big World’ star Matt Roloff said he owes Amy Roloff ‘a bundle of money’
Matt Roloff bought Amy Roloff’s farm portion for over $600,000 in 2019. Additionally, Amy sold over 32 acres of land back to Matt for nearly $1 million. Matt took out an $825,000 loan to pay for everything — and it sounds like he still owes Amy money in 2022.
In Matt’s post about selling 16 acres of Roloff Farms, he mentioned he still owes Amy “a bundle of money.” The Little People, Big World star didn’t elaborate further about the money owed, but perhaps it gave him even more of a reason to sell a few acres of highly-coveted farm property.
While Matt may owe his ex-wife money, he’s still doing financially well from his ongoing presence on the TLC series. Matt Roloff’s net worth stands at $6 million, Celebrity Net Worth reports. He put the 16 acres of property up for sale for $4 million, too. Once the acres sell, that will greatly increase his net worth. And he still makes money from Roloff Farms’ annual pumpkin season, which attracts tourists.
A Roloff Farms property agent talked about selling Amy Roloff’s farmhouse and portions of the estate
Juli Martin, the principal broker for Oregon-based boutique agency LUXE, is the real estate agent for the slice of Roloff Farms currently for sale. She spoke to Forbes about what it feels like selling a piece of Little People, Big World history.
“I think people feel personally connected to this home in a way that is different from just a property that they see as a piece of real estate,” she said. “They feel like the house itself is a character that they’ve come to know over the 20-year history of this show — there’s already a heightened emotional connection that makes it feel like home because it’s been in people’s living rooms.”
Martin noted the property is “really so much more” than just the Little People, Big World backdrop. “I mean, it’s 16 acres of Oregon farm country — it’s gorgeous!”
Little People, Big World Season 23 airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on TLC.
For more on the entertainment world and exclusive interviews, subscribe to Showbiz Cheat Sheet’s YouTube channel.
Source: Read Full Article