Joy Behar just wrapped up her 23rd season as co-host of “The View.”
A longtime broadcast veteran, outspoken liberal panelist, former radio host and stand-up comedian, he reportedly earns $7 million a year from his ABC daytime talk show.
Brooklyn native Behar is the only original panelist to regularly co-host the 25-year-old show, despite taking a short hiatus from 2013-2015.
Meanwhile, the 79-year-old author has written multiple books and earned millions of dollars.
Behar has been talking about retiring soon, but she’ll remain as co-host of ‘View’ for a few more years.
Her accumulated wealth has helped her acquire a real estate portfolio worth an estimated $14 million today.
The Post obtained property records outlining all the properties she owned.
New York City — Upper West Side (Estimated value: $2.74 million)
Behar purchased a two-bedroom, three-bathroom Upper West Side residence for $2.4 million in 2017 to cut down on his commute to ABC Studios.
She originally lived a short distance away at 205 West 89th Street.
Her current pad is at 62nd West 62nd Street, just four blocks from West 66th Street in View.
At 1,315 square feet, this condo converts to 3 bedrooms and features a large balcony with views of Central Park.
Just off the park, Lincoln Center and Columbus Circle, Behar bought a house with a freshly painted floor and refinished floors, according to previous listings.
Nailed as “rarely available,” it features an L-shaped corner living room, separate study, home office, kitchen with windows, and washer/dryer.
The home is estimated to be worth $2.74 million today.
Hamptons: Sag Harbor (Estimated value: $7.13 million)
A year before buying her new Manhattan home, Behar paid $4.75 million to spread Sag Harbor in the Hamptons, an incorporated village between East Hampton and Bridgehampton.
Consisting of 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, it covers 4,500 square feet.
Located just steps from Village Beach and Haven Beach, this traditional style home includes a main residence, separate cottages and a gunite pool.
The interior includes a chef’s kitchen with a fireplace and walk-in pantry, a formal dining room with a fireplace, and a living room with a separate fireplace.
The second floor is accessed by two grand staircases. A staircase leads to the master bedroom and bedroom with fireplace.
At the back of the property is a cottage with a full kitchen, bonus room and loft.
A garden and manicured lawn complete the home.
The home is estimated to be worth $7.13 million today.
Hamptons: Sag Harbor (Estimated value: $4.23 million)
Records show that the last home Behar owned was another Sag Harbor estate that she gave to her only daughter, Eve Behar, last May.
Behar purchased the five-bedroom, four-bathroom property for $2.02 million in 2013.
Photos of the inside of the 3,500-square-foot house have been rare since Behar bought the house off the market.
Behar last purchased the home in 2006 before taking ownership.
Built in 1901, the house has undergone many renovations since then.
Today it is estimated to be worth $4.23 million.