Heidi Klum and Seal List for $6.9 Million

Heidi Klum is stretching her real-estate muscles once again. Back in December, she and hubbie Seal snapped up a foreclosed LA property for upwards of $14 million. Now they've put their Beverly Hills estate on the market for $6.9 million. Our friends at Curbed have the full story.

Heidi Klum and Seal have just listed their six-bedroom Beverly Hills, Calif., estate for $6.9M, Realtor.com has reported. We plebs are only allowed to check out the grounds and not actually have a look inside, but things touted in the listing include a wood-paneled library, a glass-enclosed wine vault, French doors, and a "grand loggia." How delightful!

This is not the first time the blazing ball of hotness has tippled in real estate transactions over the last few months; in December, the duo bought a foreclosed L.A. property for $14.2M. Most recently, Klum tried, unsuccessfully, to rent three penthouses for just six weeks in NYC. Let's hope the West Coast gods of selling will be kinder to former Victoria's Secret models.

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Latoya Rutledge

Seller financing can be a great way to get a house sold without slashing the price. By recognizing the millions of people who can't get traditional financing as potential buyers, resourceful property sellers (and their real estate agents) can minimize their time investment in getting a property sold. Even better, sellers who offer financing can usually get a higher asking price for their property, even in the slowest markets. Clearly this is a win-win situation.

May 18 2011 at 2:43 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
1 reply to Latoya Rutledge's comment

Why would you want to take the risk of financing people who don't qualify for traditional financing? What happens when your buyers can no longer pay you because they bought out of their price range? That has happen too many times to run the risk of taking back a home in which the buyers have not kept the property in good condition. If the bank won't finance them, why would you want to take the risk?

July 30 2011 at 12:24 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply