Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son may be a dead ringer for his dad, but the 23-year-old has made a surprise decision not to follow in his father’s footsteps.
Need a new home? Just call Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son.
Joseph Baena announced that he has launched a new career in residential real estate.
“Looking forward to growing and learning from my amazing team, but more so looking forward to putting you guys in a new home!” Joseph, 23, wrote in a post to Instagram on Monday.
Baena said he’ll be working mostly in a few locations in California.
“I’ll be primarily based in West LA and Silicon Beach, so if you’re buying, selling or need help shoot me a DM,” he wrote.
He also asked his followers to spread the word so he could start rounding up new clientele.
“Your support means the world – tag someone who needs a home,” he said.
Several of his friends commented on the post to congratulate the new realtor.
“Yessir! Well done bro!” one pal wrote.
“Imagine having Terminator Jr selling you a home. Nice. Good luck on this new journey,” added another.
“Good job. You will be extremely successful,” someone else commented.
Baena was previously known for following in his father’s footsteps as a body builder.
The muscle man is known for posting several shirtless photos of himself on social media and also shares videos of his work outs at the gym as well as content of himself flexing.
In 2019, Joseph graduated from Pepperdine Unviersity, California, with a degree in business
administration and it seems he is now putting his studies to good use.
At the time, he posted pictures from his graduation ceremony on social media alongside a caption that read, “I now have my degree in business administration and with that, I believe this is only the beginning of a new road.”
Schwarzenegger shares Baena with Mildred Patricia Baena, who was the actor’s housekeeper.
The Terminator actor also shares four kids – Christopher, 23, Patrick 27, Christina, 29, and Katherine, 31 – with ex-wife Maria Shriver.
This article originally appeared on Page Six and was reproduced with permission