Jacqueline Laurita Saves Her New Jersey Home From Foreclosure #RHONJ

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Jacqueline and Chris Laurita-RHONJ

Good news! Another Real Housewives of New Jersey star has come back from the brink of foreclosure.

Jacqueline Laurita and her husband, Chris managed to save their Franklin Lakes, New Jersey mansion from foreclosure. Court records obtained by NJ.com indicate foreclosure on Jacqueline and Chris’ six bedroom custom-built home was dismissed earlier this month. The couple worked tirelessly to overcome their financial losses and paid back all the money they owed. 

When the Lauritas put their New Jersey mansion on the market in 2014 — treatment for their autistic son, Nicolas, had become too costly. The couple’s lender began foreclosure procedures last year, citing that the Laurita’s last payment on the property was in October 2014.  

The reality couple originally priced their home at $2.85 million in 2014, however, they later dropped their list price to $2.78 million for a short time before removing it from the market completely. Chris Laurita took out a $1.6 million dollar mortgage in 2007, with monthly payments set up of $10,846. 

A source told AllAboutTheTea.Com last summer that the Lauritas are working hard to conquer their debt and now brighter days are on the horizon.

“They are on the road to recovery. Things are looking brighter, and that they expect a full [financial] recovery,” a sourced dished to AllAboutTheTea.Com.

Things are looking up for Chris and Jacqueline as they move towards a brighter financial future.  


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