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2017s Biggest Celebrity Real Estate Winners and Losers


The law of gravity dictates that what goes up, must come down—but the vagaries of celebrity real estate don't always adhere to the letter of the law. When it comes to luxury house hunters such as the Kardashians, Floyd Mayweather, and star couple JAY Z ...

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