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A one-bedroom home that was purchased for $28,000 on 'Fixer Upper' is up for sale for nearly $1 million

Homeowners who appeared on the TV show "Fixer Upper" are cashing in on the success of the HGTV program. 8 bottles of booze that will impress your party guests this summer This $48 million penthouse comes with 2 parking spots and 2 additional apartments 'for staff or guests' The foreclosed $50.9 million penthouse on Billionaire's Row is reportedly owned by a Nigerian tycoon who could be hiding on his yacht Read more.
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