The estranged pair reportedly listed their home in La Quinta, Calif., on Tuesday, September 14, to help pay creditors and legal bills, according to attorney Ronald Richards.
Richards announced the news on Twitter, writing: “Breaking: Girardi’s La Quinta condo is finally up for sale."
"The sale will result at a minimum of $730,000 to the estate with $584k going to the Ruigomez creditors," he continued. "$335k is going to Girardi’s trustee’s attorney’s bill. The sales price is $1,250,000.”
The property is a condo, which was built in 2005 near the fifth hole of a golf course.
The home features both a main house and a guest house, according to the listing online.
The property is 3,708 square feet, consisting of three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
The home also features an inground pool and a three-car garage.
According to the listing online, all of the furniture in the photos is being sold with the home “as is.”
The couple previously listed their mansion in Pasadena, Calif., back in May, which was originally on the market for $13 million.
As OK! previously reported, the TV personality was forced to lower the price to $11.5 million back in June, but after being hit with a $25 million lawsuit, the price was dropped to $8.9 million in August.
Jayne previously revealed on an episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills that she didn’t know where the La Quinta property was located, and insisted that she had never even been there.
However, the reality star’s words aren’t worth much lately, as her costars continue to question her story about her involvement in her ex-husband’s embezzlement scandal.
During the episode of RHOBH that aired on Wednesday, September 15, Jayne stirred up suspicion after another one of her stories about Girardi seemed to have some holes in it.
Jayne explained her estranged husband was allegedly confronted by a burglar at their former Pasadena home on the same night her son flipped his car several times while driving in the snow.
During a confessional, Kyle Richards admitted, “It sounds unbelievable. Does that mean I don’t believe her? No. But it’s unbelievable.”
Dorit Kemsley agreed that Jayne’s account of what happened was “bonkers”, and that there seemed to be “details missing.”