Stassi Schroeder is officially the owner of a new home.
During her girls trip to Utah with her Vanderpump Rules co-stars, including Lala Kent, Katie Maloney, and Brittany Cartwright, the longtime reality star and New York Times bestselling author was seen in a meeting with a woman who aided her as she signed the final documents to purchase the house in which she and fiancé Beau Clark will soon reside.
On January 15, Kent shared a photo of Schroeder and the woman on her Instagram Stories. He told her fans and followers that Schroeder was “finalizing the purchase of her home” before adding that she was proud of all her friends. Shortly after Kent’s photo was shared, Schroeder reposted the image on her own account for her online audience to see.
As fans of Vanderpump Rules well know, Schroeder and Clark are following in the footsteps of their co-stars, including Jax Taylor, Tom Sandoval, Tom Schwartz, Kristen Doute, and Scheana Marie — all of whom purchased their own first homes in 2019.
Throughout the first couple of episodes of Season 8, fans have been able to witness the many new abodes owned by the series’ cast, most of whom live very close to one another in the Valley Village area of Los Angeles.
Although Schroeder and Clark have stayed mum on the location of their new home, they did share a couple of sneak peeks with their Instagram audience over the past several weeks. In one, Schroeder was seen speaking about being in escrow while showcasing a photo of the Hollywood sign from the bottom of the hill. Then, in another post, the view from Schroeder’s home seemed to suggest that her new place was somewhere in the Hollywood Hills.
While Schroeder and Clark certainly have a lot going on as the pair prepare to move into their new Los Angeles home and also walk down the aisle in Rome, Italy, a Vanderpump Rules spinoff, or special, is not likely in the cards for the two of them.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Schroeder opened up about the idea of a spinoff or wedding special during an interview with Entertainment Tonight earlier this month and said that because she didn’t want her family to be exposed to the cameras, she wasn’t so sure she would agree to star in a show of her own.
“At least on Vanderpump Rules I can rely on my friends to act up, you know what I mean, if it’s a wedding special,” she explained.