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The Most Expensive Wall Street Homes

The top dogs in finance are worth millions and even billions, so it's no surprise they flaunt their exorbitant pay checks on the places they call home. We found the most expensive homes belonging to bankers, hedge funders, and the kings of finance. From oceanfront mansions with more rooms than you could possibly know what to do with to ritzy Manhattan penthouses with panoramic skyline views, any one of these properties will make you drool.
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