Find Real Estate Agents and Homes for Sale


Real Estate News --> Massachusetts News

Home of Aaron Hernandez sold for $1M to real estate investor


The home where former NFL star and accused murderer Aaron Hernandez lived has been sold to a real estate investor according to the ... he is no longer considered a murderer in the eyes of the Massachusetts court system.


Archived Story

By Matt Durr mattdurr@mlive.com The home where former NFL star and accused murderer Aaron Hernandez lived has been sold to a real estate investor according to the Associated Press. The 7,100-square-foot mansion sold for roughly $300,000 less than the asking price to the 23-year-old investor who said the house needs about $150,000 in renovations. The AP also reports that proceeds from the sale may not go to Hernandez's estate, as it is facing three wrongful death lawsuits along with owed back taxes. The rise and fall of ex-NFL star, accused murderer Aaron Hernandez Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell earlier this year and left his entire estate to his fiance and daughterHe was serving a life sentence after being convicted of the murder of Odin Lloyd in 2015. However, because he died while he was appealing his conviction, that has been wiped entirely from his record and he is no longer considered a murderer in the eyes of the Massachusetts court system. View Comments /* */ About Us MLive Media Group Our Team Advertise Frequently Asked Questions Contact Us Jobs at MLive Subscriptions Newspaper | Digital Editions | eNewsletters The Ann Arbor News The Bay City Times The Flint Journal The Grand Rapids Press Jackson Citizen Patriot Kalamazoo Gazette Muskegon Chronicle The Saginaw News MLive Sections News Business Sports High School Sports Entertainment Living Opinion Obituaries Jobs Autos Real Estate Apartment Rentals Classifieds Local Deals Local Businesses Business Resource Center Your Regional News Pages Ann Arbor Bay City Detroit Flint Grand Rapids Jackson Kalamazoo Lansing Muskegon Saginaw Mobile Mobile apps | Tablet apps More on MLive Photos Video Weather Post a job Post a free classified ad Sell your car Sell/Rent your home Apartments and Rentals Sponsor Content Follow Us Twitter | Facebook | YouTube Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy

Trending Massachusetts News:


  • Cape property sales down over last year
  • Public input sought for future of former Tremont Nail Factory
  • Nobel Prize in physics has Chicago-area connections
  • Boston Ranks Third in Foreign Real Estate Investment
  • Berkshire Bank to acquire Commerce and move HQ to Boston
  • Cape and Islands sees more jobs, home sales and paperwork under Obama
  • Mass. subpoenas banks over alternative investments
  • A hot real estate market and bidding wars going hand-in-hand with Hudson's downtown revival
  • 5 Reasons Your First Home Should Be A Duplex
  • 2016 Massachusetts Housing Report
  • Trump Talks Romney, 'Joke Candidates'
  • Weymouth, MA Real Estate: Newly Listed Homes for Sale
  • Investor Found Guilty Of Trading On GC Wife's Inside Info
  • Emerald Capital Hires Banking Veteran James E. Canavan to Manage Growing Demand for Private Real Estate Financing
  • At Holyoke event, hands-on, real-world experience touted as path to employment
  • Wilmington, MA Real Estate: Newly Listed Homes for Sale
  • RE/MAX NE And Former Franchisees Head To Federal Court
  • Massachusetts city seeks to sell Pownal forest
  • A 27-year-old realtor who owns 8 rental properties reveals her best tip for becoming a real estate investor
  • Real estate’s political payoff