QUEEN OF VERSAILLES UPDATE

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Wondering what happened with the queen of Versailles? We’ve got the update. Almost a decade ago, Jacqueline and David Siegel’s extravagant project to build the largest private residence in the U.S.

Flipping Out’s Jeff Lewis and Real Housewives of Miami’s Lea Black step in to help decorate Queen of Versailles’ Jackie Siegel on her infamous Versailles mansion

"In ‘Queen of Versailles’ it looked like we lost everything, but at that time with the global recession and economic crisis, everyone made cutbacks," she said. "We lost a building in Las Vegas, and stopped construction on Versailles. By doing that we self-financed the company and saved thousands of jobs.

Mortgage delinquency rates decline nationally, but Florida shows increase due to Irma Black Knight reported the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate (loans 30 or more days past due, but not in foreclosure) was 4.44% in October, up from 4.40% in September. The percent of loans in the foreclosure process declined in October to 0.68%.

‘The Queen of Versailles’ timely peek at fortune’s fleeting way Both a gossipy peek at lives-of-the-rich-and-famous and a trenchant examination of the Ameri. Local news

Clip 0 of 0 "Queen of Versailles" Update "Queen of Versailles" Jackie Siegel reveals how her husband’s company is doing, her marriage status, and whether Versailles will ever be finished.