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While former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is busy stumping for Donald Trump, she is also busy trying to sell her mansion in Arizona. For $2.49 million you can help her out.
Life is good for DJ Calvin Harris. He has become the richest DJ in the world, he has a very successful album, and a gorgeous girlfriend who is successful in her own right. Now if only he could find a buyer for his Hollywood Hills home willing to pay $9.995 million.
Beacher's Madhouse creator Jeff Beacher offers $90 million for the Playboy Mansion and plans to turn it into a members-only resort. But most importantly, he wants Hef to stay!
Mike Tyson has made and blown a fortune during his lifetime, but apparently things are on the up and up now. They must be, for him to be able to afford buying a 10,000 square foot home in Las Vegas.
Salsa king March Anthony outdid every groom on the planet when he bought his bride a $4.1 million mansion in Tarzana for a wedding present, but it appears that she has grown tired of it. The couple is selling the mansion for $4.35 million.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have a baby on the way and they must have felt the need to have a little more space, so they bought an 8,520 square foot mansion formerly owned by Rihanna, for $14.1 million.
Jordan Spieth stays in some of the best hotels in the world when he is off playing golf, so it only makes sense that his home is just as amazing, and the Dallas-area mansion he just spent $7.15 million on is certainly that.
Robin Williams had been trying to get rid of his Napa estate for some time before he passed away, but was unable to find a buyer, at $35 million, for the 640 acre estate and 20,000 square foot house. Now, a couple of years since he died, it has finally sold – but for almost half of what he initially listed it at, $18.1 million.
Wayne Gretzky is known as the Great One from his hockey days. In order to sell his Thousand Oaks mansion he is willing to make a great reduction to his asking price–from $10.5 million to $8.2 million.
Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian may be done, but they are not going to be far apart. Disick has bought a home in the same Hidden Hills neighborhood the Kardashian/Jenner clan calls home, for $5.96 million.
If you have ever wanted to see what it would be like to live like the p,resident, but don't want the job or have to go through the process of getting elected you can. It will just cost you $15 million.
Since getting traded back to the Texas Rangers, outfielder Josh Hamilton has been trying to get rid of his 11,000 square foot mansion. He initially tried to get $16 million for it, but finally got a buyer after dropping it down to $12.5 million.
Sylvester Stallone is riding high with the success of his latest project, Creed, and has decided that it is a good time to try once again to sell his house in La Quinta, California, for $4.199 million.
Rapper 50 Cent certainly got rich after his debut album exploded back in 2003, and spent his money accordingly including buying a huge mansion for $4.1 million. After realizing what a colossal mistake he made he started trying to sell it in 2007, but has yet to find a bigger sucker than him to take it off his hands.
Oprah Winfrey made her name and fortune in the media business, but it seems she now may be trying to do so in the real estate market. The media queen has been busy buying property lately, and recently paid $25 million to buy the 23-acre estate next to her Montecito home.