The Real Housewives of Orange County's Real Struggles to Remain Real Homeowners in OC
Newport Beach's Alexis Bellino is the latest to come up with trouble making her mortgage and facing foreclosure.
It's enough to make your waterproof mascara run . . . all the way to your friendly neighborhood loan modification company.
|Photo by Christopher Victorio/OC Weekly|
|Lynne Curtin (left) was evicted, Tamra Barney (center) saw her home sold for less than she paid for it and Alexis Bellino is fighting to save her home.|
After facing eviction four times, Frank and Lynne Curtin were finally bounced from their Laguna Beach home. In fact, the family tragedy worked its way into the Real Housewives plotline in Season 5. One must suffer for their drama, after all.
Simon and Tamra Barney, whose divorce was announced in January, lost their home in a short sale for less than they paid for it.
|Plumpy ex-Playmate Jeana Keough|
Indeed, the housing woes faced by cast members may be the most real thing about The Real Housewives of Orange County, whose sixth season is filming now. According to the Register's housing guru Jonathan Lansner, home sales are down 68 percent in the real Orange County.
Which means, at the risk of confusing my TV remote, there are a lot of desperate housewives out there.