The most expensive home sales

in 2022 will be in Southern California’s bizarre and wild real estate market.
Real estate in Southern California once more upheld its status as one of the strangest, wildest, and most dramatic markets in the nation in 2022.

While loan rates drove buyers and sellers to reconsider their tactics at the lower end of the market, the luxury market remained hot with much more blockbuster transactions than the previous year.

CEOs, IT tycoons, and celebrities all spent a fortune on their dream homes. Mega-mansion earnings were the subject of conflicts. Here are the year’s top sales.

$60 million
A blockbuster deal, but not quite a knockout for the “Rocky” star who had wanted $110 million for the trophy property, Sylvester Stallone started things off by selling his 21,000 square foot mega-mansion in Beverly Park for $58 million.playboyshirt

Pop singer Adele was one of the high-profile purchasers

in the public sale. She joins a slew of celebrities, including Denzel Washington, Magic Johnson, and Mark Wahlberg, in the upscale neighborhood.

CEOs, IT tycoons, and celebrities all spent a fortune on their dream homes. In the Hollywood Hills, Michael Rubin, the CEO of the sports e-commerce company Fanatics, broke all previous records when he paid $70 million for a former Ronald Reagan residence.

The sale changed the market value of a mansion in Hollywood Hills, where prices typically peaked at the $30 million level. The estate’s extraordinary size and scope were to blame for the astounding price. It was recently refurbished and has unimpeded views of the city as it sits three-quarters of an acre above the Sunset Strip.

According to the records, the sale was Canada’s Francesco Aquilini, a businessman best known for serving as the team’s chairman for the Vancouver Canucks. He frequently appears in real estate news, and in 2020, when he sold a spec mansion for $42.5 million, he broke the previous price record in the area.

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Kim Kardashian also participated in the purchase

of yet another residence in Southern California. The reality TV star previously had homes in Hidden Hills and Calabasas, but this time he decided to buy one in Malibu, shelling out $70.4 million for a mansion perched on a bluff that was once owned by Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber.

The seaside estate, which spans more than 3 acres and has ocean views, is built around a 7,450-square-foot villa and includes a tennis court, swimming pool, and meditation deck.

Hedge fund manager Adam Weiss and “Yellowstone” actress Barret Swatek, who had initially requested $99.5 million for the property, eventually sold it.

What else is there to say about “The One”? The founder of Fashion Nova purchased the nation’s largest modern home at auction for $141 million, putting a conclusion to a long story of ambition and greed—a conflict that has been repeatedly documented but is still difficult to comprehend.

The still-unfinished mega-mansion is both a crowning triumph and a complete letdown. It was once advertised as a $500 million property, then priced for $295 million, then sold at a foreclosure auction for $141 million. Although it was one of the most expensive home transactions in California history and one of the top sales of the year, it failed to sell for anything close to the asking price, leaving the buyer with millions more to spend on other purcha

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