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Story courtesy of ZILLOW By Lauren Riefflin Reports of declining home values, price cuts and foreclosures dominate the headlines — even in the world of celebrity real estateBut, there are some celebrities who not only sold their homes in a down market, but pocketed substantial profits from the salesPlus, we sprinkled in a few that stand to make a profit, compared to their purchase priceTake a look: Celebrity Real Estate: Stars Making A Mint Off Real Estate Celebrities Making A Mint Celebrities Making A Mint 1 / 7 Dennis Quaid For sale: <a href="" target="_hplink">14223 Evans Rd, Pacific Palisades, CA</a> Purchase Price: $1,830,000 Listing Price: $16,900,000 Potential Profit: $15,070,000 Actor <a href="" target="_hplink">Dennis Quaid</a> has a lot to celebrate as he turns 57 (birthday is April 9)First, he is among acting's elite A-list, is happily married, and is also in the process of <a href="" target="_hplink">selling his massive equestrian estate</a> for a huge profitAccording to public records, Quaid purchased the 2-acre Pacific Palisades property in 1999 for a reported $1,830,000After a series of renovations, Quaid transformed the quaint property into a luxurious equestrian retreat featuring a French country-style main house, a guest house, studio, barn, and corralQuaid's equestrian estate hit the Pacific Palisades real estate market last month for $16.9 million - an 823.5% price increase from his purchase price back in '99. See more photos of <a href="" target="_hplink">Dennis Quaid's equestrian estate</a> Download Anna Almendrala Healthy Living Editor

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