Last week, we reported that Josh and Anna Duggar are selling their home in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.
This unexpected development attracted a lot of attention, as the Duggars generally aren't big on relocating.
Sure, Jinger Duggar moved to Texas -- and will soon pull up stakes yet again to head for LA -- but she's always been the family rebel.
Josh moved to Washington, D.C. in order to work as a lobbyist, but ever since returning to his home state amid a growing sex scandal, he's seemed content to stay put.
His new home seemed to be perfectly located -- just outside his native Tontitown and nicely removed from Springdale, where most of his siblings live.
This allowed Josh to participate in Duggar holidays and other celebrations, but also to return home each night to a town in which he's slightly less notorious.
We guess every mile helps when you're trying to live down a small town sex scandal.
Anyway, Josh and Anna seem very eager to seel these days, so much so that they just lowered the asking price on their home from $299,000 to $289,000.
This news comes to us courtesy of the folks at Starcasm, who report that Josh and Anna's recently remodeled home is not without its amenities.
The house is within the boundaries of the Ozark National Forest and boasts "a brand-new security system complete with 'wireless area perimeter sensors' a 210-foot zipline in the front yard; and close proximity to both a fireworks outlet (3.9 miles) and the Cherokee Casino & Hotel West Siloam Springs (9.4 miles)."
There have been plenty of rumors about why Josh and Anna are such motivated sellers, with many fans favoring reports that Anna is finally divorcing her disgraced husband -- but sadly, that seems highly unlikely.
Much more plausible is the theory that Josh and Anna are tangled up in a messy financial situation.
For one thing, they're very likely experiencing financial difficulties.
Josh hasn't been involved in his family's media empire since 2015, and raising five children on a used car salesman's budget is no easy feat.
On top of that, there are complications regarding the deed to the house.
Back in 2015, Josh was sued by Danica Dillon, an adult film actress who claimed Josh was non-consensually rough with her during a sexual encounter.
Seemingly as a precaution against her suit (that was eventually thrown out of court), an LLC owned by Duggar family attorney Travis Story.
As Starcasm points out, under Arkansas state law, property owned by an LLC cannot be seized in a personal lawsuit.
Story still owns the property, and this likely factored into the Duggars' decision to sell.
Unfortunately, it seems they're not having much luck finding a buyer.
So apparently, a house with an infamous history that's likely to attract negative media attention is not a hot property in rural Arkansas.
Who would have guessed?