Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck lose tens of millions by selling their shared house

Many would say it is an indication of impending problems of their marriage.

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck took two years to take a look at greater than 80 luxury properties within the Los Angeles area before they finally selected a house together – an extravagant 60 million dollars, 12 bedroom, 24 bathroom villa in Beverly Hills.

They paid for the property in money in May 2023. TMZ reported on the time. But only one yr later the villa is up on the market again. with TMZ report The sale signifies that the couple is “clearly heading for divorce.”

TMZ reported over the weekend that Affleck and Lopez are “quietly” attempting to sell their rumored dream home, which was imagined to represent the true love Lopez said she found after rekindling their history-making romance from the early 2000s and marrying in 2022.

TMZ said Lopez and Affleck are asking $65 million for the 38,000-square-foot home, which includes a movie show, wine room, spa and a separate 5,000-square-foot “sports facility.” Fortunately for the estranged couple, the posh real estate market is booming, and wealthy homebuyers aren't as concerned about mortgage rates above 7%. CNBC reported in April.

Nevertheless, TMZ said it is anticipated that Lopez and Affleck could “lose millions” on the sale. They need to pay the broker's commission and the so-called “Mansion Tax” about selling luxury properties in Los Angeles, TMZ reported. They also invested “significant sums” in renovating their homes, TMZ added.

Affleck has now left the villa in Beverly Hills and is renting a smaller villa in Brentwood for $100,000 a month – just two blocks from the home of his ex-wife Jennifer Garner. said the Daily Mail. Affleck and Garner have three children together: Violet, 18, Fin, 15, and Samuel, 12.

During the day, she was photographed along with her 16-year-old daughter Emme, ET reported. On Saturday night, she carried “the big rock” while dining with a friend, Page Six reported. But she likely knew she can be photographed because she selected to dine at celebrity hotspot Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica.

Lopez hinted that she could also be attempting to work on her personal life by canceling her “This is Me… Now” national arena tour, which was imagined to begin this month. Lopez told her fans she was “totally heartbroken” to cancel the tour and “let you guys down.” Representatives for Live Nation said Lopez canceled for private reasons, explaining she was “taking time off to be with her children, family and close friends.” On the opposite hand, some observers noted that Live Nation's statement didn’t mention that Lopez was taking day off to be along with her husband.

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