Biermann, who is seeking a divorce from Zolciak, last month asked a divorce judge to force Zolciak to place the home up for sale as soon as possible because they still have equity in the home. Zolciak has resisted the sale of the property and it is not yet on the market despite a fake listing that hit Zillow last week, according to TMZ. The judge has yet to make a decision.
Michael Bunch, a local real estate agent with Keller Williams, said based on comparable homes in the area, they could sell the place for at least $2.8 million. It helps, he said, that it backs onto a lake.
The market for homes in this price range, he said, “has slowed considerably” in recent months, not helped by rising interest rates. He said he has one of the few listings under contract in the area over $3 million.
Biermann and Zolciak’s home has seven bedrooms and nine baths along with a wine cellar, a pool, an elevator and a 6-car garage. It was featured prominently on Bravo’s “Tardy for the Party” reality show that ran for eight seasons until 2020.