Ben Affleck Lists Palisades Home for $30 Million After Moving into Massive Mansion with J.Lo

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Time for a real estate update from Ben Affleck and J.Lo that will really make you scream at the millions mentioned. It looks like reports that the couple have bought a swanky new mansion are true, as TMZ reports that Ben just listed his Palisades home for a casual ~$30 million. By the way, he bought the house in 2018 for $19.250 million, so he expects a profit of $10 million.
The sale follows Ben and Jen who appear to be moving into a new $60 million mansion previously owned by billionaire James Packer. TMZ reports that the couple is actually renting the house at the moment, and I really can't even imagine what their monthly rent is like.
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But these two definitely have the cash: In April — after their move to buy a $50 million Bel Air home fell through, they were spotted checking out the Spelling Manor, one of the most expensive houses built in Los Angeles by TV producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy. The list price? $165 million. That gives you an idea of ​​Ben and Jen's huge budget.
Anyway, they didn't buy this house and TBD how long they will be leasing James Packer's property before they snap something. At the moment, the newlyweds are definitely still in the honeymoon phase of their relationship (literally - they just went on their honeymoon) and are said to be busy planning another huge wedding for their friends and family.
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