Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband Will Smith’s relationship may ebb and flow, but their property portfolio only seems to be on the rise. Amounting to $63 million since their 2016 separation, the in-flux couple has four mortgages for multiple mansions across the United States.
The couple has been a constant in headlines recently, as Pinkett Smith has given new insight into their union status through her memoir and promotional interviews. According to The Sun, while the “Red Table Talk” host revealed that the couple had been officially separated since 2016, her homes display that she has been living the single life in luxury.
According to the outlet, most of their properties are located around the Los Angeles area, as Pinkett Smith currently owns and allegedly resides in their Hidden Hills mansion worth over $11 million. As for Mr. Smith, the actor is said to still live in their paid-off $42 million home in Calabasas. The two built the home together, thus not having a mortgage on the property. The 7-year project features nine bedrooms and a multitude of athletic courts, including basketball, tennis, and volleyball.
Despite already having more than enough room for their family, the couple of over 25 years also accrued additional homes and hefty mortgages for their adult children to reside in. Their 22-year-old daughter, Willow, lives in a four-bedroom Malibu hillside home bought for a little over $3 million.
Meanwhile, their son, 25-year-old Jaden, stays in another Hidden Hills abode, bought in 2003 for $3.4 million. Will’s son from his first marriage, Trey, allegedly stays with his famous dad in the Calabasas estate. The outlet reports that the Smith family’s properties outside of California range from additional homes in Pennsylvania to a winter escape in Park City, Utah.
With all their refinancing loans, their mortgages total nearly $12 million, $11,820,000. However, if fans are curious about how a future divorce would divide the properties and their payments, the long-time couple doubts that a split will come to fruition.
The patriarch of the Smith Family recently joined his wife at her Baltimore stop for her memoir’s promotional tour to express how she is his “best friend.” To accompany this affection, Pinkett Smith shared with The Times that she expects to move back in with the 55-year-old as he ages.
With this public display of commitment, it’s clear that no matter which home they both live in, they will always remain united.
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