While the heir to Prince's estate is still being determined, TMZ has revealed that an unidentified "special administrator" is awaiting approval from a Minnesota judge to sell off the singer's extensive real estate holding on the open market. The agreement reportedly stipulates that they must be sold for a minimum of 90 percent of market value.
Prince owned the mysterious Paisley Park, his music megacompound outside of Minneapolis, as well as an over-the-top $12 million estate in Turks and Caicos complete with a purple driveway. But his extensive real estate portfolio reportedly also contains several other unassuming residential properties in suburban Minnesota. The Turks and Caicos property was already listed for sale at the time of Prince's death, and we'll keep you posted when and if the other properties make it to market.