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Celebrity homes spend more time on the market, says Redfin

Famous people don’t have it easy all the time – especially when it comes to real estate profits. According to Redfin, celebrity homes stay on the market 36 days longer than comparable properties on average and often sell below asking price, sometimes suffering multi-million dollar differences...
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