In addition to being the hangout for the many billionaires in the Bay Area, San Francisco has caught the media’s attention for being one of the minority areas in the U.S. that has seen a rise in command for real estate space.
For the past 20 months, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have been waiting for their 22,000-square-foot Brentwood manse to be complete.
Incubus front man Brandon Boyd has just relisted his home for $3.195M; reduced from the $3.495M it was listed for in December.
Kelly Bensimon from Real Housewives of New York has decided to let go of her 6,000 square-foot-home in East Hampton.
Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul has decided to spend some of his $68 million—per his yearly contract—in the purchase of Avril Lavigne’s now former home.
Drake had purchased two units in the Marquis Miami condominium in January of 2011 and has now decided to let go of the properties.
Raymond LaChance just scooped up the residence for a mere $3 million, saving a hefty $2.8 million.
A 64-year-old OJ Simpson hasn’t been keeping up on his end of the bargain with JP Morgan.
In May 2009, trash-talking comedienne Joan Rivers placed her mansion-sized New York City triplex penthouse on the market with the beefy asking price of $25 million.
Since March 2010, Pete Sampras has been trying to sell his mansion in Thousand Oaks, Calif. for $25 million. He’s been looking for a grand slam buyer but he’s been serving out since then, even slicing the price down to $20 million.