Here's How Much Money Kelly Clarkson Lost When Selling Her Marital Home

After meeting Brandon Blackstock in 2006, Kelly Clarkson began dating the talent manager a few years later (via Us Magazine). The pair held a small wedding ceremony in 2013 and welcomed two beautiful children together over the course of their seven year union. Unfortunately, in 2020 Clarkson for divorce from her husband and their split was followed by Clarkson's father-in-law's company, Starstruck Manage Group, suing her for $1.4 million dollars. Clarkson immediately countersued the company but the civil case has yet to go to trial.

Amidst dealing with her legal woes, co-parenting her children with Blackstock, and managing her impressive career, Clarkson was tasked with selling her Los Angeles house (via People). The daytime television host first listed the property on the market in May 2020, which was one month before the news of her divorce broke. Since listing the property Clarkson has undergone a great deal of difficulty offloading her marital home.

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According to People, Kelly Clarkson bought her Enciono, California mansion in June 2018 for $8.5 million dollars. She custom-built the house to feature eight bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, as well as, a gourmet kitchen, two-level guest house, pool and more. She initially listed the mansion for $9.995 million dollars in May 2020. Clarkson listed the property with real estate company Compass, who withdrew the listing in June 2020, when news of the singer's divorce broke. Clarkson resisted the 10,100 square-foot mansion in February 2021 for $8.995 million dollars.

A few months later, the estate sold for $8.24 million dollars. While Clarkson is surely happy to have let go of this reminder of her union with Brandon Blackstock, she took a $260,000 loss on the property. She also sold her Tennessee home, which is where she previously lived with her family, in July for $6.3 million dollars after it spent four years on the market. Clarkson currently resides in a 5,000 square foot Colonial-style home in San Fernando Valley (via E! Online).