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The Year’s 5 Biggest Celebrity Home Buyers and Sellers

it didn’t seem to stop a plethora of celebrities from reassembling their real estate portfolios. Indeed, it seemed as if barely a week went by without another celebrity buying, selling and in some cases even flipping their abodes, driven by cross-country ...

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