Real Estate Rumors

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Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul is looking to make a change to his home lineup, listing his estate in Bel-Air for sale at $11.495 million. It was four years ago that the perennial All-Star bought the eight-bedroom, 11-bedroom mansion four years ago from singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne for $8.495 million. He’s since bought another home on two acres in Calabasas for $8.995 million. Obscured on either side by tall privacy hedges, the two-story Mediterranean sits on half an acre in guard-gated Bel-Air Crest and takes in canyon and reservoir views.
Storyline: Real Estate
NBA players participated in the program with Douglas Elliman in three different cities – New York, Los Angeles and Miami and depending on the city got a chance to meet with different people throughout the company, visit properties, listen to speakers and learn the basics of the business. For Jones, that included having lunch with its CEO – an opportunity that NBA Senior Vice President, Player of Development Greg Taylor turned into a pretty important opportunity if Jones ever does want to change careers and try real estate.
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It’s a basketball brotherhood troika. Latvian-born NBA star player Kristaps Porzingis just scored a new pad in Midtown West. The 7-foot-3-inch player has leased a corner penthouse that was asking $8,000 a month at Sky, the mammoth rental tower at 605 W. 42nd St. He also nabbed another two high-floor units for his two brothers, Martins and Janis, because “they are close and like to be near each other,” a source said.
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