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Real Housewives of Miami

Joanna Krupa Puts Miami Condo Up For Sale — Another Sign Real Housewives Is Canceled?

When Bravo announced its new and returning reality shows for the 2014 season, one of our favorite franchises was suspiciously left off the list — The Real Housewives of Miami. Though a rep for the network tells Wetpaint Entertainment that “nothing has officially been decided either way,” we’re starting to worry that we’ve seen the last of our Florida-based beauties (and after only three seasons)!

Adding further fuel to the speculation is the news that Joanna Krupa has quietly put her gorgeous Miami condo on the market — only seven months after buying it! The 34-year-old model purchased the property for $1.34 million back in September, and is now hoping to sell for just under $2 million.

In case you have a few extra bucks lying around (because who doesn’t have millions of dollars in the bank these days?), consider an investment in this jaw-dropping space. The condo is located on the 42nd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, offering stunning views of the Miami skyline and beautiful Biscayne Bay. The two-bedroom, two-bath unit boasts marble floors, Murano glass cabinets, and floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as extra special features like electronically-activated blinds and state-of-the-art surround sound.

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Perhaps Joanna was planning to flip the condo all along and this says nothing about the fate of the Real Housewives of Miami. Then again, it is rather suspicious timing given Bravo’s latest announcement — especially as rumors swirl that Joanna’s been trying to secure herself a spot on another one of the Housewives shows.

What do you think? Is Joanna Krupa’s recent listing a sign of doom and destruction for RHOM?

04.17.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Jager Weatherby
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