(CNN) — A search of the property records of Ana Walshe, who disappeared in Massachusetts and according to prosecutors was murdered by her husband, reveals details about the real estate she owned.
Walshe owned at least four residential properties, according to publicly available appraisal records and tax records in Massachusetts, Maryland and Washington City. Her husband, Brian Walshe, is not listed as the owner or co-owner of any of the assets.
Among the properties are two apartments in Lynn, Massachusetts, a townhouse in Baltimore and a 2,500-square-foot home in Washington.
At the time of her disappearance, Ana Walshe, whose husband is facing murder charges and is in prison without bail, had a real estate portfolio worth nearly $2 million, according to CNN’s analysis of publicly available documents. .
Walshe, who worked for a Washington real estate firm, has sold at least two properties since March 2022, including one days before she went missing.
In March, he sold a house in Cohasset, Massachusetts, for almost $1.4 million and bought a house in Washington, for $1.3 million.
Since 2018, he has sold at least four properties worth more than $2.7 million and had at least four remaining with an estimated value of $1.88 million.
The Cohasset home where she lived with her husband and three children is rented, according to the Cohasset Assessor’s office.
The property records CNN examined include both her married name and the name she used before she married Brian Walshe, Ana Knipp, but they may not be a comprehensive picture of her real estate holdings.