GEORGE Michael’s estate is now worth £8.3million and rakes in £11,000 a day — four years after his tragic death.
The icon died of heart and liver complications on Christmas Day in 2016, aged 53.
George Michael’s music estate is now worth £8.3m and makes £11k a day – four years after his death[/caption]
But his legacy of music has continued to produce pop profits that add up to millions under the sound recording and music publishing company Nobby’s Hobbies Holdings.
The estate netted £4.3m alone last year which amounts to £11,656 per day for the firm.
It takes the net worth of the late singer’s music businesses to £8.3m.
Nobby’s Hobbies Holdings, set-up in 1987, was Michael’s top music firm.
The accounts describe it as a “holding company”.
Icone George Michael died at the age of 53[/caption]
The £5m mansion in Goring, Oxfordshire, where he died on Christmas day four years ago[/caption]
George’s seven-bedroom London mansion was recently sold for £19million.
The Grade II listed home in Highgate, North London, was snapped up for more than twice the £8million the Wham! star bought it for in 2002.
The property, with swimming pool, appeared to have been sold by George’s dad Kyriacos Panayiotou after it was left to him.
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After George died fans created a shrine outside, but it was removed in 2018.
Reacting to the sale, some said the home should be turned into a “beautiful museum” instead.
One added: “That house was, is and will be forever George’s house.”