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Michael Jordan Buys Massive North Carolina Home For a Great Deal (PHOTOS)

NBA legend Michael Jordan is best known for scoring on the basketball court, but these days he's netting a lot more than three-pointers. Jordan's a pro in real estate, too, it seems -- because he's just gotten a huge deal on his second home in the Charlotte, N.C., area. The b-ball star and Charlotte Bobcats owner bought... Continue Reading »

Trump Tower Penthouse Now Chicago's Top-Priced Listing

Sorry Michael Jordan, your house no longer belongs in our gallery of most expensive listings in each state. The 89th floor penthouse at Trump Tower in Chicago just listed at a record-shattering $32 million, over twice as much as the most-expensive Chicago residence ever sold. %Gallery-156602% The penthouse's 14,260... Continue Reading »

House of the Day: Michael Jordan's Chicago Home

If you want to snag basketball superstar Michael Jordan's newly-listed mansion, you better be, well, ballin' because it's on the market for a cool $29 million. That makes the Chicago Bulls legend's longtime family home in Highland Park, Ill., the highest-priced home on the Chicago real estate market at the moment. And... Continue Reading »

Michael Jordan Estate in Florida Revealed

Former NBA champ Michael Jordan is making headway on a bear of an estate on Jupiter Island in Palm Beach County, Fla., where Tiger Woods just completed his grand estate. One of the big differences between the two palatial homes? Jordan's 28,000-square-foot mega-mansion, which is still under construction, is nowhere near... Continue Reading »

The LeBron Effect: Home Values When Celebrities Move In

Last week, a rampant rumor spread around Chicago that LeBron James was seen getting out of an SUV to check out a house for sale on Sheridan Road in Highland Park, Ill., with Michael Jordan (who happens to live in Highland Park as well). This was huge news, of course, since James is probably the biggest NBA free agent of... Continue Reading »

Chicago's Prolonged Housing Pain

In March, home sales bounced in many U.S. cities as the expiring federal tax credit propped up the number of sales. But in Chicago the notion that the nation is on the cusp of a buoyant housing rebound is yet to be seen. Bad signs abound: Many homes are selling for less than what was paid for them; flat-lining prices are... Continue Reading »

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