Giudice family summer home foreclosed on

Former reality TV stars Teresa and Joe Giudice have lost their Jersey Shore vacation home to foreclosure.

The summer home in Manahawkin once owned by Teresa and Joe Giudice.

The summer home in Manahawkin once owned by Teresa and Joe Giudice. (8/18/15)

MANAHAWKIN - Former reality TV stars Teresa and Joe Giudice have lost their Jersey Shore vacation home to foreclosure. 

There were no bidders for the house, which had previously been listed by the couple for $315,000, so the couple's mortgage holder, HSBC, took possession of it.

The Manahawkin home originally listed by the couple for $315,000 was being sold "as is," with no inspection allowed.

Teresa Giudice is currently serving a 15-month prison sentence for fraud, and Joe Giudice faces a 41-month sentence. The two owe significantly more on the home than it is worth.

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