The sale of the Hayvenhurst mansion that the Jackson family called home for decades, has reportedly been approved.

This means that new accomomodation will have to be obtained for matriarch Katherine Jackson and the late singer’s children - Prince, Paris and Blanket.

The Michael Jackson Estate, however, is looking to halt the sale, as the mansion is under extensive renovations, according to TMZ.com. But the judge gave the Estate permission to proceed whenever it chooses.

The judge also ordered that the executors put $30 million in the Jackson Family Trust for the benefit of the singer’s mother, his children, and his charities, the site aded. - IOL