Marco Rubio and David Rivera have sold the house the owned together in Tallahassee, a property that for years tied the Florida senator to the former Miami congressman.
The two friends sold the house this week for $117,000, a Rubio aide confirmed Wednesday to the Miami Herald. The sale was first reported by Politico.
Rubio and Rivera had listed the house in March for $125,000. They had bought it in March 2005 for $135,000. It briefly entered foreclosure proceedings before the former Tallahassee roommates settled the matter.
The house has been a drag on Rubio, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, who has been repeatedly tied to the embattled Rivera, who is the target of a federal criminal investigation into campaign-finance shenanigans. Rivera has appealed a separate state ethics finding against him.
Rubio has also faced scrutiny over his finances, including the underwater mortgage on the Tallahassee home.
As of Wednesday morning, the Leon County property appraiser still listed Rubio and Rivera as the joint owners.
This post and headline have been updated.