The Real Deal Miami

Brokers hide evidence of famous residents when selling celeb homes

December 26, 2012 03:45PM

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Matthew Modine, the interior of his home and Mark Friedman

Despite having stage or screen presence — or posing for magazine photographs inside their homes — celebrities who list their homes generally don’t aim to attract this same level of attention, the New York Times reported. They sign confidentiality agreements or hide behind limited liability companies or lawyers; brokers, for their part, do their best to get rid of the evidence that someone famous lives there. [more]

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