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WNBA star Candace Parker buys $4M Los Angeles farmhouse

Basketball superstar Candace Parker is making real estate moves: Variety reported that the Los Angeles Sparks forward has purchased a $4 million modern farmhouse in the Tarzana area of Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. The two-time MVP of the WNBA previously owned a home in Encino with her ex-husband, former NBA player Shelden Williams. The couple sold that home for $3.8 million in 2018, according to the publication. Parker’s new 6,300-square-foot home, built on spec,

Musician Nicky Jam relists Palm Island home at a loss

Nicky Jam is trying again to sell his Miami Beach home — and this time, he’s looking at taking a loss. Jam paid $3.4 million for the 3,600-square-foot home in Palm Island two years ago, but is now asking just $3.3 million for the property, according to Variety. He first tried selling the home last year with an asking price of $3.65 million. The ask was eventually dropped to $3.5 million. Eventually, it was taken

J-Lo and A-Rod list Malibu beach house for $8M

Baseball star Alex Rodriguez and entertainer Jennifer Lopez are looking to shed a Malibu beach house they bought less than two years ago. The couple is asking $8 million for the three-story property on Malibu Road, according to the Los Angeles Times. They paid former owner and actor Jeremy Piven $6.6 million for what Lopez last year called “a little fixer-upper next to the water.” The couple renovated the property last year with the help

Kanye West cares about “Star Wars”-themed affordable housing

Jesus walks, but Luke Skywalker talks, at least for Kanye West when it comes to affordable housing. The rapper-turned-aspiring real estate mogul is reportedly leading the development of an affordable housing project with a “Star Wars” theme at a secret California forest location. Forbes reported that the recording artist, entrepreneur and designer is working with a team to design prefabricated shelters as affordable housing, possibly for homeless people. West wanted an austere design for shelters …

This Silicon Valley home hit the market in Larry Ellison and Sheryl Sandberg’s town

Silicon Valley mainstay David Sacks is selling his 11,000-square-foot home in Atherton, the area’s most exclusive town that’s home to numerous tech titans. Sacks is asking $22.5 million for the six-bedroom home, according to Variety. Last year, homes in Atherton sold for a median of $6.7 million, making it the most expensive area to buy a home in the country. Average annual household income in Atherton is around $450,000, according to Business Insider. Residents include