Ever wish you could live like the rich and famous? Well now you can...if you have a few million to spare. All across America, celebrities are trying to turn over their ridiculous properties in paradise locations, but just because they seem idyllic places to live doesn't mean they'll immediately sell for the asking price.
Drake recently called the purchase of his self-dubbed "YOLO Estate" as a steal (the original asking price was $27 million, but Drizzy paid only $7.7 million), and Rick Ross snapped up Evander Holyfield's former Miami mansion for millions below the $14 million asking price. From Eddie Murphy to Ricky Martin to Michael Bay, A-listers from every industry are trying to flip their incredible properties. Take a tour of the cream of the crop with The 20 Most Expensive Celebrity Homes on the Market Right Now.
Written by Frazier Tharpe (@The_SummerMan)