Arnold Schwarzenegger's Son Joseph Baena Is 'Super Excited' to Start New Realtor Career

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There's a new realtor in town and it's Joseph Baena.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's 23-year-old son announced on Instagram that he was involved in real estate, a change from his previous bodybuilding endeavors.
Baena said he was "not your average realtor" in the Instagram photo he posted of himself wearing a printed button-down and suit pants. He was holding a clipboard and smiling outside a luxury Los Angeles home.
He continued, "Super excited to start a new career in residential real estate. I look forward to growing and learning from my amazing team @aria_properties, but even more to bringing you guys into a new home!"
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Baena announced that he would be based in West Los Angeles and Silicon Beach and said if anyone wanted to buy or sell a house to "shoot me a DM".
Although Baena, the son of Schwarzenegger and his former housekeeper Mildred Baena, had previously followed in his father's footsteps, he seems determined to make good use of his business studies.
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"Congratulations Joseph! Four years of hard work studying economics at Pepperdine and today is your big day!" The 73-year-old Terminator star posted an Instagram post of him and his son in 2019. "You deserve all the celebrations and I am so proud of you. I love you!"
Pepperdine University alum graduated with a degree in business administration in 2019.
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