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After being used by the Qatari royal family for over 20 years, a Boing 747 private jumbo jet has been put up for sale. The jet is being sold by Book A Jet, for an estimated $26 million.
Want to live like music icon Michael Jackson? You can, but it will cost you. $9.5 million to be exact. Jackson's former Las Vegas residence — known appropriately as the "Thriller Villa" — has recently popped up on the market, and although Jackson and his family only rented the 1.7-acre wonder from 2007 until his unexpected death in 2009, it's legacy is creating the quite the buzz.
From the White House to the right house for now — the Obamas have picked out their first post-presidential pad, a $5.3 million home in Washington, D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood.
From Calabasas to Hidden Hills, 18-year-old Kylie Jenner won't have trouble "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" in her new $6 million home. Young Jenner's new Scott Robertson Road digs are quite the upgrade from her previous abode.
The world lost a unique talent recently with the passing of Prince. Since he did not have a will, it will likely take some time for the courts to figure out what to do with the massive fortune he had amassed. Included in that fortune is a $12 million estate in Turks and Caicos.
Katy Perry could soon be a California convent girl. A Los Angeles judge recently announced she would block an effort by nuns to sell their Los Feliz, California convent to a competing buyer, marking a huge legal win in the pop singer's year-long battle to purchase the property.
Tyler Perry just sold his Atlanta mansion for a record-setting price.
John Gutfreund, the legendary and recently departed Wall Street financier known throughout his financial career as the "King of Wall Street," owned a sprawling Central Park East duplex "apartment" on New York's iconic Fifth Avenue for decades, and following his recent death it's now up for grabs.
For $35 million, you can have Mastrov's get-away place overlooking Lake Tahoe and hidden from prying eyes in the woods.
Robert Griffin III is trying to sell his Virginia home and his real estate agent wants to use his celebrity status to market the property. But his agent may want to be careful not to highlight the way Griffin ended up playing for the majority of his time with the Redskins.
Not so great news for Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice on the financial front: Despite their celebrity stature, Teresa and currently imprisoned husband Joe's Lincoln Park, New Jersey didn't catch any bites on the real estate market – it was sold back to its mortgage lender for just $100.
DeAndre Jordan didn't make any fans in Dallas during the off-season, when he said he would sign with the Dallas Mavericks only to resign with the Los Angeles Clippers. He did make enough money to buy an incredible mansion, which he is now trying to sell.
When she first exploded onto the pop scene barely a month after her 18th birthday she made every male over 25 feel like a dirty old man every time they watched one of her videos. Fast forward to 2016, and she is still gorgeous, a little crazy, the mother of two adorable kids, and recently put an incredible mansion on the market.
You can't always get what you want, but if you have enough money, you can get the Fifth Avenue apartment of rock-legend and Rolling Stones guitarist, Keith Richards.