Ace Family House: Realtor Exposes Catherine And Austin Mcbroom: The famous Ace family is nowadays trending on the internet after a controversial video of them making rounds. A TikTok video exposing the Ace family has gone viral on the video-making platform. The foreclosed home of the family is being displayed in a state of “disarray”. This comes after the family vlogging channel banged their former contractors for stealing money and fibbing about the state of the house. Realtor and TikToker Noah Ross have disclosed the state of the vacant Ace family home. In the viral video, he viewed the house as being in a state of “disarray”.

Ace Family House: Realtor Exposes Catherine And Austin Mcbroom

Ace Family House

He took cybercitizens across the house, viewing that appliances in the kitchen had been taken down. The realtor presumed that this must have been done to “try to pay off the bank.” The Tiktok video has now garnered over 3 million views. It is essential to mention that Noah Ross is not the former realtor of the family.

How Much Was The Ace Family Home Foreclosed For?

The former Ace family villa is located in Woodland Hills, where 2 estates were put together to form a supersized mega-villa. The property includes 12 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The villa also included a vehicle allotment for over a dozen automobiles, a garage for at least 6 vehicles, a half-court basketball court, an in-ground trampoline, and a swimming pool, among other luxurious and lavish amenities.


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The Youtube tycoons paid over $10 million for the property. Though it was foreclosed for $13 million, as mentioned in the video of TikTokers. The foreclosure came after the Youtuber failed to produce taxes and mortgage payments. They were also being sued for around $65,000 by their ex-landlords as they failed to pay the rent on time, and also they broke the contract.


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After the pair endlessly rejected that their house was being put into the market, they posted a video titled “OUR HOUSE STORY…”, asserting they were scammed by the contractor and architect of the house. Catherine McBroom also claimed that the contractor was using a false or fake license. Cathrine and Austin McBroom also detailed numerous other structural problems of the villa in the video.

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