Marital property laws vary from state to state, and you didn't identify your state.
However, I believe it is universally true that property acquired before the marriage and property acquired during the marriage by way of inheritance is separate or non-marital property that is not subject to division in the event of a divorce.
The question then becomes whether you have a marital interest in any or all of the three properties mentioned. Unfortunately, we'd need a lot of additional information (besides your state of residence and, if different, the state(s) in which the properties are located) to opine about that. You mentioned that all three properties were remodeled. Did all of the remodeling work occur during the marriage? Did you or your husband do any of the work, or did he hire contractors? Where did the money used for the remodeling come from? Did your husband use earnings during the marriage? Did he borrow money against the properties? If he took loans, what is the source of the money that has been used to repay those loans? Did you and he ever make any agreement relevant agreement (particularly one in writing) regarding any of the properties and/or the remodeling work? Many other facts may be relevant depending on the applicable state law.