It seems Jennifer aydin is a little confused when it comes to loans and mortgages.
During a recent appearance on Watch what is happening live, a fan asked the Real Housewives from New Jersey star to respond to a questionable comment Jackie Goldschneider done on the show. If fans remember, Jackie was seen telling her mother that Jennifer and Bill AydinThe Paramus, New Jersey mansion is “like the Taj Mahal but with a high mortgage and no furniture.” However, Jennifer categorically denied that she and her plastic surgeon husband had to take out a mortgage to purchase the 12,000 square foot estate.
“I found it interesting because I don’t have a mortgage,” Jennifer said as host Andy cohen covered his face with his cue cards as he was clearly taken aback by the messy question. “I paid for this property in cash and we built it halfway. We paid with bank checks, and the rest was a construction loan to complete the construction. So I don’t have a mortgage. Check that out, lawyer!
Unfortunately for Jennifer, she was dead wrong according to the documents obtained by Page Six. The documents – which would be clearly labeled as a “mortgage” – would show the couple took out the loan in 2014. They still owe $ 1.875 million plus interest, which must be paid in full by 2044.
The construction loan that Jennifer referred to, which was paid in “installments as the work progresses”, is however mentioned in the documents. But, once the work was completed, they had to pay off the outstanding balance with interest every month.
Jennifer’s rep confirmed that she and Bill still owed the mansion money, but they explained it was on a construction loan. Apparently, according to a source close to Jennifer, she didn’t realize the loan was considered a mortgage.
It’s not the only time his nine-bedroom, 16-bathroom home has come under discussion. In fact, last month Andy cast a shadow over the estate as he discussed his favorite homes in the Housewives franchise during a podcast appearance.
“Jennifer Aydin’s kind of fiberglass castle seems to be very large, but you see it’s on pretty narrow ground,” he said during an episode of B * tch Sesh.
He added, “It’s huge, but then you look at it and it’s like, ‘Oh wait, are they sharing an aisle with anyone?’ ‘
Andy also said he heard that the house was very close to the freeway.
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