Imagine writing your rent check to these celebrity landlords each month. Check out which of your favorite stars are leasing out their homes, and the glamorous digs they oversee.
After years of unsuccessfully trying to sell it, Real Housewife of New York Sonja Morgan is renting the Lenox Hill townhouse she purchased with her ex-husband and J.P. Morgan heir John Morgan in 1998. The five-story, five-bedroom home is available for $32,000 a month, and is an Upper East Side oasis with landscaped gardens, multiple fireplaces, and a spa-style bathroom. The home was previously on the rental market for $25,000 a month in 2013, but you can consider the extra couple grand a monthly donation to Morgan’s bankruptcy fees.
Kardashian family fixture and soon-to-be house-flipping TV star Scott Disick put his seven-bedroom, seven-bath on the market just six months after buying it for $5.96 million in 2016. He hasn't been able to find a buyer, however, so he's renting the impressive estate for a massive $60,000 per month.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence started looking for a renter for her Tribeca apartment in New York City in May of 2017, asking $27,500 a month. Lawrence quietly put the 3,184-square-foot, three-bedroom pad on the rental market for $30,000 a month in February, but chopped the ask in March when there were no takers, according to The Real Deal.
"Empire" star Taraji P. Henson put her two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home in Glendale, California for the Spanish-style bungalow.
"Patiently Waiting" isn't just the name of a 50 Cent song, it's also what the rapper has been doing for the past eight years as he waits for someone to buy his Farmington, Connecticut mansion. He originally listed the 17-acre estate for $18.5 million back in 2007, before lowering the price to , and then to . Now, the rapper is hoping to make a few extra bucks off of the sprawling 19-bedroom mansion — which comes equipped with 19 full baths and an additional 16 half baths — and is .
A-lister and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the only celebs to offer one of his homes for rent by the night. He listed his Palm Springs estate for $4,500 a night in March 2015, even launching a .
Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain recently put her Greenwich Village duplex up for rent, , just a few months after buying a new Manhattan property. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom stunner comes fully furnished, and features a chef-grade kitchen and impressively high ceilings.
Actress and producer per month for her ranch-style home in Los Angeles when she put it up for rent in July 2015. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house came fully furnished as well.
The former MTV VJ is adding another title to her resume: real estate mogul. After getting hitched to singer , Fuentes listed her 3 bedroom, 4 bath home on Las Flores Beach for . The couple now lives in Marx's bigger Malibu manse.
Candice Swanepoel put her East Village penthouse on the market for $6,200 per month in December of 2016. She originally purchased the two-bedroom, two-bathroom property back in 2010 for $1.35 million, reports .Angel
Vince Vaughn has moved on from crashing weddings and now rents out homes. The funnyman, who bought the Hollywood Hills home from Kate Bosworth for $2.375 million back in 2014, is now asking $12,500 a month for the 3 bedroom, 3 bath pad. Vaughn's 5 bedroom, 6 bath manse in La Cañada Flintridge currently has a .
The "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star and her husband, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. put their Malibu beach home , just a few months after buying the property.
Former "Desperate Housewife," Felicity Huffman and her hubby, "Shameless" star William H. Macy, for $20,000 a month in 2014. The six-bedroom home is right next door to the couple's main residence.
"Lord of the Rings" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" star Orlando Bloom put his Los Angeles home for the mansion famously burglarized by the teenaged "Bling Ring."
In July 2015, Oscar-winner Hillary Swank , asking $20,000 per month. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home sits in the hip West Village and makes an ideal pied-à-terre.
Rocker extraordinaire Lenny Kravitz put his seven-bedroom Parisian mansion , asking $251,847 per month for the palatial, 16,000-square-foot pad.
Now that the Modern Family star is a , it looks like Sofia Vergara is ready to part with her bachelorette pad. She recently listed her 2,071-square-feet condo in Los Angeles, for the swanky 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom pad. Vergara paid $1.1 million for the space in 2007, but she now resides in a $10.6 million Beverly Hills manse with her new hubby, Joe Manganiello.
Harry Potter star, Daniel Radcliffe, paid $4.29 million for a two-bedroom, 1,843-square-foot apartment in one of Soho's luxury high-rise buildings back in 2007. Now, that the famous wizard is renting out the Manhattan digs for $19,000 a month. With living AND eating like the "chosen one" on the table, all your Hogwarts fantasies can be finally fulfilled.
It took 8 months, but Richard Gere finally found a tenant for his five bedroom, three bath apartment in New York's trending NoHo neighborhood. According to the , Gere was asking $20,000 a month for the newly gut-renovated apartment, which spans half a city block and has its own private entrance.
"Dexter" star Michael C. Hall hasn't even lived in this Greenwich Village apartment, but he could be your landlord if you're able to cough up . The digs include access to the building's gym, pool, and common garden area. The actor recently married his longtime girlfriend, writer Morgan Macgregor, and the couple is reportedly looking for a place together.
Since Brooke Shields spends most of her time in New York, it's no surprise that the actress is looking to cash in on her 5,345 square foot home in the Pacific Palisades. According to , the starlet is asking $35,000 a month for the five bedroom, five-and-a-half bath pad, which features a soaking tub, Blue Lagoon-style pool, and decks on every level. Also worth noting: Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck would be your neighbors..
Donald Trump put his daughter Ivanka's starter apartment up for rent. He originally bought her the glam digs back in 2004 for $1.5 million. First asking $15,000 per month in rent, Trump eventually reduced the asking rent down to $13,000, according to .