Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger just sold their home in the Hollywood Hills for over the asking price.
Carmen Electra, former Playboy model and star of parody films (you probably know her best from “Scary Movie,” “Date Movie,” “Epic Movie,” “Meet the Spartans” and “Disaster Movie”), has just purchased a neo-Mediterranean villa for $2.685 million in Los Angeles’ Nichols Canyon.
Ashton Kutcher just sold his sleek Hollywood Hills bachelor pad for $9.925 million. The ‘Two and a Half Men” actor bought the hip Los Angeles pad two years ago, paying $8.455 million. In May 2014, it was rumored that he was quietly shopping it for $12 million.
Many millennials like to be in the middle of the action, yet they’re not (necessarily) seeking excitement in big cities. Surprisingly, millennials are suburbanizing.
Moving out of your parent’s house. Leaving the nest. For most of us, it was a rite of passage. We went to college, and then proudly headed out into the world to make our own way, while our parents turned our old room into another guest bedroom.
After just a few month on the market, Kate Bosworth has just sold her airy and Bohemian-esque Los Angeles home for $2,375,000.
Over the past two years, home prices have seen double-digit percentage price increases in some cities, and more modest percentage increases in others. But overall, there are more buyers vying for fewer homes in many markets across America.