Arnold Schwarzenegger got the family home in Brentwood as part of his divorce settlement with Maria Shriver:Arnold Schwarzenegger will get the family home in Brentwood, CA as part of his divorce settlement with Maria Shriver. All of the assets in the marriage are community property, which means Arnold and Maria have a 50/50 interest. But Arnold, Maria and their reps are "in the very beginning stages" of deciding who gets what. There is no prenup. We're told when Arnold and Maria married, they had "very little in the way of assets compared to what they have now." The combined wealth of the former couple is estimated at around $400 million. And Maria is in escrow to buy a home valued at around $10 million. The house is also in Brentwood, approximately 3 miles from the family home. Maria wanted to be close so the kids could easily go back and forth. As for the exact percentage of the spoils Arnold and Maria will ultimately walk away with -- it hasn't even been discussed. "It's very early in the process" says one source with direct knowledge. celebrity MLS real estate news
Lil Wayne Lists Miami Beach condo up on the market with a price tag of $ 2,799,000:Grammy award winning rapper, Lil Wayne, has put his lavish Miami Beach condo up on the market with a price tag of $ 2,799,000, which is quite a bit less than the $ 3,100,000 he paid back in August of 2007. Located on the 37th floor of the Murano Grande complex, his former condo was absolutely loaded, including 4 bedrooms 3.5 bathrooms and just about 4,000 square feet of party space. Address Location: Miami Beach, Florida. Checkout this amazingly well laid out floor plan this house has to offer. Celebrity Real Estate, Homes And Houses, Famous Property Pictures
Rap Royalty has a $13 million mansion to show off, Dr. Dre House wows:Dr. Dre’s house in the Hollywood Hills cost $13 million, and features massive columns, a ridiculously large backyard, and stunning views of the surrounding city from just about everywhere. The home also sports rooftop decks, multiple balconies, a wrap-around pool, and a stunning entry courtyard. Dr. Dre’s house is three stories in some sections, and two in others, and is as impressive from the back, as it is from the front. The multi-unit compound also features a number of large guesthouses, and wooded areas that allow for privacy. Dr. Dre’s house is a visual testament to his level of success, and to the amount of power he wields in the hip-hop community. Dr. Dre, also known as Andre Romelle Young, is not one of those rap artists. He bucked the trend, and truly achieved success. The rap star turned producer and successful entrepreneur, began his rap career in the mid-80s with the group World Class Wreckin’ Cru. The group was successful in California, but it was not until he joined what would become known as N.W.A., that Dr. Dre became a household name. Pioneering the “gangsta rap” sound, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and Eazy-E, would come to change the rap and hip-hop landscapes forever. Fast forward to today, and Dr. Dre has released three popular solo albums, won six Grammy Awards, and been nominated for 14 others, started his own boutique record label – Aftermath Entertainment, produced hit tracks for a number of artists, including Eminem, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, Young Buck, and Kendrick Lamar, and launched his own line of signature headphones. Most recently, he bought a very big, very opulent house in Hollywood.