He initially pitched a move out of Las Vegas to his wives as a cost-effective measure that would save them money. However, following information being released about the “Sister Wives” family’s new lives in Flagstaff, some are beginning to question the Brown family’s financial health.

Fans watched on the current season as Kody initially pitched a move back to Utah to Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn, before eventually changing the location to Flagstaff, Arizona, claiming it would be a way for the family to save money. Since then, however, the family has learned that homes in Flagstaff were just as expensive in Las Vegas—and their lives haven’t been much cheaper since they headed to the new city.

For now, the family owns a parcel of land in Flagstaff known as Coyote Pass that cost $820,000—and they initially only put 10 percent down. Since then, they’ve blocked it off to build four homes on the property, but in the meantime, money is being spent on other properties.

Interestingly enough, Christine and Kody reportedly purchased a $520,000 home together in Flagstaff, and the other wives are all renting their own homes. Meri pays $2,975 a month for a 4,200 square foot home featuring four bedrooms and five bathrooms, Janelle pays $2,900 a month for a three bedroom 2,340 square foot home, and Robyn rents a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom home for $3,500 a month.

However, how the family can afford these properties is perplexing for some of the show’s fans, especially since three of the four homes the family left behind in Las Vegas still have not sold. After attending an open house to try and help sell Janelle’s home earlier this month still failed to help them offload the property—and it’s taken another hit in the price as a result.

GettyImages-142928100 Fans are questioning the Brown family’s financial health following their move to Flagstaff. Pictured L-R are Robyn, Meri, Kody, Christine and Janelle Brown at the grand opening of “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth-Live on Stage” in Las Vegas on April 14, 2012 Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

For now, the three properties listed, according to realty site Trulia, are going for $599,900 (after being listed in January), $574,900 (down from an initial asking price of $649,000 after being initially listed in October 2018), and $599,900 (down from an initial asking price of $675,000 after being listed in July 2018). Without the income from those properties, as well as the fact that the family reportedly took a pay cut to keep the show on the air, fans are wondering how they are actually still living the lives they do.

When Robyn took to Twitter during the most recent episode of the show to discuss the stressful process of finding rentals in Flagstaff for everyone several fans called her out for the comment and a few even questioned how the money was there for them to do everything they have.

“I wish I knew how yall afforded all of these houses and weddings and now rentals. I would be so stressed out,” one commented.

“You know how ridiculous it sounds when someone of your resources complains about stress associated with renting a mansion right?” another asked.

“Sister Wives” airs Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT on TLC.