Looking for advice as a first-time homeowner? Avoid asking Kylie Jenner. The 17-year-old socialite recently revealed plans to purchase a mansion of her own, but admitted she doesn’t even know how to perform basic chores.
In the latest preview for Keeping Up with the Kardashian’s, Kylie sits down for a talk with her older half-sisters, Kim and Khloe Kardashian.
“Having a house is a huge responsibility,” Khloe explained. “I don’t even think you realize,” Kim added.
The sisters then went on to question Kylie on her abilities as a soon-to-be new homeowner, starting with basic chores.
“Do you know how to do your own laundry?” Khloe asked.
To that simple task, Kylie replied with an underwhelming “no,” so it was no surprise when she admitted to Kim that she knew nothing about credit or obtaining disaster insurance for earthquakes, floods and fires.
Khloe and Kim continued to point out other important details that come along with home ownership, like Homeowner’s Association fees, setting up electricity and California regulations for homes, including a specific kind of fences for dogs and the proper way to earthquake-proof a house.
Ready or not, Kylie will have to find a solution quickly as she has already signed an agreement on a $2.7 million home in Calabasas. The 4,900-square-foot home is located in The Oaks community and comes complete with a pool, home theater, luxurious kitchen and a whopping five bedrooms— impressive, considering it’s a house for one!
According to TMZ, Kylie has sought help from mother Kris Jenner in the home buying process of her new abode, but sources say the mansion will be completely financed by the privileged teen.
Wondering how Kylie can afford it? Aside from modeling and promotional gigs, Kylie cashes in from regular appearances on Keeping Up with the Kardashian’s. It’s unknown exactly how much the youngest Jenner earns per season, but with older brother-in-law Scott Disick making $4 million, it’s not hard to fathom how Kylie can bask in the glory of her very own home before even graduating high school.