Marshals in Florida have seized the multi-million dollar Palm Beach house of disgraced US financier Bernard Madoff and his wife.
Madoff's 55ft (17m) yacht, named Bull, and a motor boat were seized earlier from two Florida marinas.
Last month, Madoff, 70, pleaded guilty to all 11 charges that he masterminded a $50bn (£35bn) investment fraud.
Separately, US financial regulators accused a major feeder fund of lying to clients about the risks they faced.
Officials in Florida confirmed that the Madoff's house in the exclusive area of the state had been entered and secured.
"We're seizing the property as we speak," Barry Golden of the US Marshals Service told Reuters.
Mr Golden was quoted by the Associated Press as saying that the process of changing locks and conducting an inventory of the contents could take "a while".