The Latest Professional Athletes Corporate Homes for Sale

Here’s a list of some of the latest real estate moves for professional athletes this month:

The move from New York to Los Angeles is nearly complete for LA Laker’s head coach, Mike D’Antoni. His Rye, NY compound, which includes a golf course, is for sale and going for close to $7 million.

Minnesota Twin’s owner, Jim Pohlad, is the owner of a new $3.35 high-rise home in Hollywood’s luxury Sierra Towers, Sierra Towers is a celebrity hot spot, and is said to be home to Elton John and Matthew Perry too.

This month, former Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star, Andy Van Slyke, listed his St. Louis mansion (which includes an indoor batting cage) for nearly $4 million. 

Read about other pro athletes on the move on Realtor.com.

If you’re relocated for business, rather than rush to buy, why not rent a home until you figure out where you want to live long-term? Instead, rent a furnished, corporate rental and try an area before you buy. Find a corporate home in your city on CorporateHousingbyOwner.com.

Katy Perry’s Los Angeles Home For Sale

Katy Perry home for sale
A beautiful room inside Katy Perry’s 8,800 square foot Los Angeles home. The home, which she bought with ex-husband Russell Brand, is now for sale.

Katy Perry’s LA home is officially on the market for $6.95 million – wow!  See the listing here.

Perry purchased the property with her ex-husband, Russell Brand, but apparently the couple never moved in and neither have lived in the home.

Figuring out what to do with the family home post-divorce is never easy. Oftentimes, neither the husband nor wife can afford the home on their own, leading them to quickly rid of the property. However, if market conditions aren’t ripe for selling in your neighborhood, or you have trouble finding a seller, a couple could always rent out the home as a corporate housing rental on CorporateHousingbyOwner.com.

In Perry’s case, she could always find a Hollywood executive in need of short-term housing in Los Angeles. According to the CHBO Annual Report, 11% of corporate housing landlords say they rented out their property to someone in the entertainment industry. Entertainers, such as traveling theatre companies, movie production crews, etc., are common connoisseurs of short-term housing.