Little People Big World: Who bought the Roloff farm? Amy Roloff did sell her side

Little People Big World: Who bought the Roloff farm? Amy Roloff did sell her side

The Roloff Farm was a big topic of discussion on Little People, Big World. Here’s a look at who bought the Roloff Farms after Amy Roloff sold her side of it.

In the previous season, Amy had revealed she wanted to move out of the farm to start a new chapter of her life. Even though she managed to buy the house of her dreams, she was struggling to make up her mind about her side of the Roloff farm. This also led to many disagreements between her and Matt Roloff. Fortunately, she was able to crack a good deal!

NOTE: Major spoilers ahead for the upcoming season of the show.

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Who bought the Roloff Farms?

As per Cheat Sheet, Matt was the one who bought Amy’s side of Roloff Farms. In the beginning, there were speculations that Zach or Jeremy Roloff might buy the property. However, Matt ended up buying the property.

In the show, Zach had shown a keen interest in the Farm. However, Tori had her doubts about it. She thought the farm might be too big for them to handle. On the other hand, Zach wanted his children to experience the same things as he did as a child.

He even took the initiative of talking to his parents about buying the farm. It is unknown at the moment what went wrong in this deal. The upcoming season is expected to look into it.

As for Matt and Amy’s deal, he reportedly paid $667,000 for the other side of the farm. Following this, Amy bought her new place for $588,500.

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New season of Little People, Big World explored

A new season of Little People, Big World is coming to TLC on May 11. The season will pick from right where it left.

The description for it reads: “Like the rest of America, the Roloffs are still hunkered down in the midst of the pandemic. As Matt reimagines how to run the family business, Zach contemplates co-owning and running the farm with his dad. Is he ready to handle all that would come with living and working with his father?”

It continues: “Meanwhile, after packing up thirty years of memories and moving out of the farmhouse for good, Amy and her fiancé Chris start planning their upcoming wedding. But what happens when they realize they don’t share the same vision for their big day? And Zach and Tori see firsthand the little victories and big challenges that go along with raising two children.

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