Here are some of the most expensive properties Kobe Bryant left to his family

The whole world was left in shock when the news of an unfortunate helicopter crash was reported back on January 26, 2020. What made this news shocking to many is that the accident led to the untimely death of the well-loved NBA superstar, Kobe Bryant.

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Bryant’s death was too sudden that fans, co-players, and especially his family was left devastated. Despite this sad news, we know for a fact that Bryant lived a diligent life and has left quite a fortune for his family.

Here are a few of the many properties that his wife Vanessa and his kids now own after the death of the superstar.

Cars: Bryant owns a Ferrari, 458 Italia Model which is priced at $329,000.

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He also owns a 2011 Jeep Wrangler which costs $22,000 to $29,000.

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A Lamborghini Aventador which costs ranges from $789,000 up to $825,000.

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A Lamborghini Murcielago with an estimated price of $354,000.

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The Bentley Azure Mulliner which costs $337,000.

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Another is the Bentley Continental GT which costs $202,000.

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And a Cadillac Escalade which is estimated to cost $100,000.

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Houses: According to Business Insider, he owns three houses that were estimated to be worth $18.8 million in 2012. All of them are in Orange County, California.

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Back in 2016, Kobe sold one of those houses for $6.1 million.

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Business: Bryant started Kobe Inc. in 2013 as his entry to the business world. The company’s first investment was a 10% stake in sports drink Body Armor. In 2014, Kobe spent $5.8 million to buy a building in Newport Beach, California, to house the offices of Kobe Inc.

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Kobe Inc. has also partnered with Alibaba to produce his documentary “Muse” and to produce and distribute Kobe-branded products in China.

Aside from all of these, Kobe, being the third-highest-paid NBA player ever, with $323 million in career salary also gains over $26 million in endorsement with various companies such as Nike, Lenovo, Hublot, and Panini.

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It’s safe to safe that Kobe really has earned a fortune all throughout his career.

With these, despite his heartbreaking and shocking death, one thing Kobe made sure of was that his family will continue to live in harmony and cherish his legacy, forever.