The Price For 50 Cent's Connecticut Mansion Keeps Coming Down

By HHL Editors

50 Cent isn't selling his Farmington, Connecticut mansion simply because he's bankrupt.

He's actually been trying to unload the 21-bedroom, 25-bathroom home since 2007.

Fif bought the mega-mansion from Mike Tyson in 2003 for $4.1 million, and then did between $6 and 10 million in renovations on the property.

50 initially listed the mansion for $18.5 million but got no bites. So he's been periodically reducing the asking price. His bankruptcy has given him a new sense of urgency, and now it's on the market $8.5 million.

But he still hasn't reduced it enough, according to high end real estate expert Rob Giuffria.

"50 would have a better chance being a country music singer than finding a buyer at $8.5 million," Giuffria told the New York Post, suggesting Fif didn't add a lot of value when he tricked out the pad.
So unless you think Fif can pull a Nelly, you could probably offer a lot less than the $8.5 million and still score the storied property.

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