‘Selling Sunset’: What Is French Montana’s Net Worth and How Much Did He Sell His Home For?
The realtors of The Oppenheim Group are back for season 4 of Selling Sunset. They sometimes reveal their famous clients, and this season French Montana was one of them. This is his net worth and how much he got for his home.
[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for Selling Sunset Season 4].
Mary Fitzgerald has French Montana’s house as a listing on ‘Selling Sunset’ Season 4
The cast had a few more famous clients in season 4. Mary Fitzgerald had Montana as a client, and he appeared through video chat. Meanwhile, his brother was there in person to show the house.
He wanted to sell his six-bedroom and seven-bath house that totaled 8,619 square feet. It was located in Garrett CT, Hidden Hills. The house was complete with a theater with green wallpaper and velvet purple couches. It also had a beautiful patio, a wine cellar, and a gorgeous pool surrounded by greenery and stone.
Of course, the rapper had a studio walking distance from his main house to work. He recorded his last two albums there, and Fitzgerald believed that would increase the worth of the home. He said it cost $350,00 to build, and everything inside cost about $300,000. She explained that she wanted the listing because she wanted to expand in Calabasas, which is full of celebrities. This listing would help with that.
What is French Montana’s net worth?
The rapper has released four albums and was signed to Bad Boy Records and Maybach Music. He’s now the founder of Coke Boys Records.
He initially tried to sell the home for $6.6 million last year. The rapper then tried again with Jason Oppenheim.
How much did he sell his home for?
Fitzgerald told Montana’s brother she believed it was worth about $5 million. But she suggested listing it right under that because agents tend to cap what they look for at a specific price.
She later got the listing and showed the home to people. It looked like she almost sold the house, but it fell out of escrow. Newcomer Emma Hernan said she had someone in mind that might be interested in the home.
“Back on the Market” revealed Fitzgerald closed on the house. Someone bought it for $5 million, which means a commission of $150,000.
This is one of the latest celebrity cameos. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Taye Diggs, Larsa Pippen, and Karamo Brown were previously on Selling Sunset. The Oppenheim Group has even more celebrity clients that don’t make it into the show. It’s unclear if Montana will lead to more celebrity cameos since Fitzgerald wanted him to have more Calabassas clients. But it does give some hope that there will be more.