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NeNe Leakes is unloading her luxury Buckhead condo six months after she dropped $1.85 million on the purchase in November 2021.

Sources say NeNe is selling the condo to keep her boyfriend's wife from seizing it as part of her alienation of affection lawsuit.

The former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" recently listed her condo for $2.5 million.

The reality TV personality purchased the condo for $1.85 million in November 2021.

The ritzy residence is part of the 5-star Waldorf Astoria Residences, just steps away from the fabulous Shops at Buckhead Atlanta, Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza.

The gated townhouse, one of just three on the property, is set apart from the hotel. It is accessed through a courtyard and gated entrance.

NeNe purchased the condo following the death of her husband Gregg Leakes in September.
 
RELATED: NeNe Leakes finds a buyer for Duluth mansion
 

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NeNe found a buyer for her 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom, 9,791 sq. ft. mansion in Duluth in December.

The mom-of-two listed the house for $4 million and slashed the price twice before unloading it for $3.45 million.

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The never lived-in, 4-bedroom, 5-bath condo opens to a large courtyard where NeNe can entertain her guests as they enjoy the lush English garden nestled just outside the gate. The private entrance leads to a grand entryway.

Sources say NeNe purchased the $1.8 million condo for the safety and security as well as the world class amenities the property offers.

The amenities include biometrics based security and concierge services, 24-hour room service, valet and garage space for 5 cars.

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Other amenities include a gourmet kitchen with 10 ft. tall cabinetry, Wolf and Subzero appliances, marble waterfall countertops and a huge owner's suite with a fireplace and standing tub.

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A private elevator leads to each floor of the home. The entire top floor is the owner's suite complete with a morning room, Victoria and Albert tub and a separate laundry room.
 

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NeNe Leakes sold her Duluth, Ga. mansion at a steep discount — but at least it's off her hands.

According to TMZ, NeNe unloaded her marital home for nearly half the asking price at $2.6 million.

NeNe listed the 10,000 square foot 5 bedroom, 7 bath home for $4 million on Sept. 21, three weeks after her husband, Gregg Leakes, died of colon cancer at age 66.

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After getting no offers, NeNe, 54, slashed the price $305,000 to $3.495 million after previously cutting the price $200,000. The home finally sold for $2.6 million on January 25.

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NeNe, 54, and Gregg originally purchased their marital home while it was under construction in 2015 for $2 million.

In addition to the $13,000+ monthly mortgage, the buyer will pay $2,750 annual homeowner's association fee and $29,884 annual property taxes.

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In November, NeNe dropped $1.8 million on a new tri-level townhouse in Buckhead. The never lived-in, 4-bedroom, 5-bath condo opens to a large courtyard where NeNe can entertain her guests as they enjoy the lush English garden nestled just outside the gate. The private entrance leads to a grand entryway.

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Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes dropped $1.8 million on a new condo, following the death of her husband Gregg Leakes in September.

NeNe's new home is just steps away from the fabulous Shops at Buckhead Atlanta, Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza, as well as fine dining restaurants, and parks.
 
RELATED: NeNe Leakes finds a buyer for Duluth mansion
 

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NeNe found a buyer for her 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom, 9,791 sq. ft. mansion in Duluth in December.

The mom-of-two listed the house for $4 million and slashed the price twice before unloading it for $3.45 million.

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According to public records, NeNe purchased a large townhome for $1.8 million on the grounds of the luxurious Waldorf Astoria Residences in the heart of Buckhead, Atlanta on November 1.

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The never lived-in, 4-bedroom, 5-bath condo opens to a large courtyard where NeNe can entertain her guests as they enjoy the lush English garden nestled just outside the gate. The private entrance leads to a grand entryway.

Sources say NeNe purchased the $1.8 million condo for the safety and security as well as the world class amenities the property offers.

The amenities include biometrics based security and concierge services, 24-hour room service, valet and garage space for 5 cars.

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Other amenities include a gourmet kitchen with 10 ft. tall cabinetry, Wolf and Subzero appliances, marble waterfall countertops and a huge owner's suite with a fireplace and standing tub.

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A private elevator leads to each floor of the home. The entire top floor is the owner's suite complete with a morning room, Victoria and Albert tub and a separate laundry room.

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NeNe Leakes has found a buyer for her Duluth, Ga. mansion, according to the NY Post. The 10,000 sq. ft. mansion is under contract for $3.4 million.

NeNe listed the house for $4 million on Sept. 21, three weeks after her husband, Gregg Leakes, died of colon cancer at age 66.

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The house sat on the market for 3 months and underwent 2 massive price cuts before a buyer made an offer. The five bedroom, seven bathroom Mediterranean-style home features gorgeous views of a lush golf course overlooking a sparkling swimming pool with fountains.

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NeNe, 54, and Gregg originally purchased their marital home while it was under construction in 2015 for $2 million.

In addition to the $18,000+ monthly mortgage, the buyer will pay $2,750 annual homeowner's association fee and $29,884 annual property taxes.

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Most potential home buyers in the Atlanta area routinely check crime map data to be better informed and to protect their families before placing bids on homes.

However, both Realtor.com and Redfin.com have removed their crime map data on their sites in an effort to reduce "blatant racism."

The websites typically sourced their crime data from the Atlanta Police Department or Spotcrime.com.

High crime areas in Atlanta are usually in majority minority neighborhoods. But some areas on crime maps that are historically hot -- indicating violent crime incidents -- are also gentrifying rapidly.

Neighborhoods in Cascade, West End and Mechanicsville areas of Atlanta that were once crime-ridden are gentrifying and majority white. But those areas are still glowing hot on some crime maps.

In a statement, David Doctorow, CEO of Realtor.com, said the crime map has been removed in order "to rethink the safety information we share on Realtor.com and how we can best integrate it as part of a consumer's home search experience."

Redfin's chief growth officer, Christian Taubman, also announced the crime map data was removed.

The news was met with skepticism from potential homebuyers and multiple listing services who rely on crime map data to inform their clients.

"If you are looking for a new home, a place to raise your children, to prosper, to grow old, and through it all to be safe, how is ignoring the truth of the existence of crime in any given neighborhood something that will help end that crime?" wrote Gopusa.com.

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NeNe Leakes slashed the price of her marital home again after she previously cut the price $200,000 in late October.

NeNe listed the 10,000 sq. ft. Duluth, Georgia mansion for $4 million in September, after her husband, Gregg, died of colon cancer at age 66.

According to Zillow.com, the former RHOA star slashed the price of her 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom manse another $305,000 to $3,495,000.

NeNe and Gregg originally purchased their marital home while it was under construction in 2015 for just north of $2 million.

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The Mediterranean-style mansion sits on a lush golf course with gorgeous views overlooking a sparkling swimming pool with fountains.

Local real state agents say NeNe isn't the only one who doesn't want to stay in her home after her husband recently died there.

There is an obscure law requiring real estate agents to disclose a death on a property to potential buyers.

According to Redfin.com, a death in a home is considered a "material fact" just like a leaky roof or a cracked foundation.

Material facts must be disclosed to a buyer before the deal is closed.

Most buyers don't want to sleep in a home where someone recently died because his spirit may be restless.

Question: Would you buy a home where someone recently died?

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NeNe Leakes has slashed the price of her marital home after she received no offers on the original list price.

As you know, NeNe listed her 6-bedroom, seven-bathroom house in the Sugarloaf Country Club in September after her beloved husband Gregg Leakes died of cancer at age 66.

The 53-year-old business woman and "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star listed the Mediterranean-style mansion in Duluth, Ga. for $4 million.

According to public records, NeNe purchased the 5-bedroom, 7-bath house in 2015 for $2.1 million. She put down $750,000 in cash and took out a mortgage loan for $1.3 million.

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After receiving no offers, NeNe reduced the price $200,000 last week in the hopes that a homebuyer will nibble.

In addition to the $18,000+ a month mortgage, the buyer will pay $2,750 annual homeowner's association fee and $29,884 annual property taxes.

The house has been on the open market for 41 days. The Zillow listing has over 12,000 views with zero offers.

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Kanye West reportedly splashed out a lot of cash on his struggling presidential campaign.

The 43-year-old mega producer and fashion mogul shelled out almost $6 million out of his own pocket to finance his presidential campaign, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The majority of the funds came from a personal loan he made to his campaign, according to a finance report that was filed with the Federal Election Commission on Friday.

The "Gold Digger" rapper has spent $5.86 million so far, with most of that money going toward consultation and other fees. He apparently loaned his own campaign more than $6.7 million during July and August.

Other sources of income reveal that Kanye has received small donations from other people supporting his bid for the Oval Office.

The hip-hop star's presence in the race has proven controversial, with Democratic Party officials accusing him of running as a "spoiler candidate" to siphon votes away from their nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Meanwhile, Kanye and his Sunday service choir were in Atlanta over the weekend. They were spotted filming at Pinewood Studios early Sunday morning. This photo was snapped by @shopperfindssalesforyou who posted it to Instagram.

She captioned the image: "Morning service with Kanye West filming by my house this morning. Like walking on water!"

A source tells Sandrarose.com that Kanye attended Teyana Taylor's baby shower in Atlanta last night. Invited guests included Future's ex-girlfriend Lori Harvey and her new beau.

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In other Kanye news, he is reportedly shopping for a ranch to call his new home in a suburb outside of Atlanta. That's right, Kanye is moving to the Atlanta area!

As you know, Kanye and his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, parted ways 2 years ago after the musician moved to Wyoming.

Kanye, who was born in Atlanta, apparently wants to get as far away from the Kardashian Klan as possible.

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Steve Harvey may be heading back to Atlanta. The 63-year-old TV mogul and noted relationship expert just purchased Tyler Perry's old mansion, with enough closet space for his wife Marjorie's 5,000 shoes.

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According to TMZ, the Family Feud host purchased Perry's former Buckhead mansion for $15 million. The custom 35,000 sq. ft. home boasts 7 bedrooms and 11.5 baths on 17 manicured acres.

There is also a tennis court atop a multi-level parking garage with enough parking space for 20 cars.

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If you recall, I told you Perry lost a boatload of money when he sold the same home for $17.5 million - a steep drop from his "firm" asking price of $25 million.

The buyer, according to RhymeswithSnitch, was mega-preacher David Turner.

The house, on the 4100 block of Paces Ferry Rd, is located near the prestigious and absurdly expensive Lovett School, which is closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Someone sent StraightfromtheA.com's Michelle "ATLien" Brown an exclusive video drone tour of the Real Housewives of Atlanta's homes.

The aerial tour includes detailed video footage of homes owned or leased by RHOA cast members Kandi Burruss, NeNe Leakes, Eva Marcille, Porsha Williams, Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey.

Original RHOA cast member Sheree Whitfield's home wasn't on the tour since she is no longer a cast member. But she might be back on the show soon, thanks to that stunt she pulled with her mama.

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The tour is so invasive detailed that one or all of the Housewives complained immediately to the YouTube gods, and the original video was taken down.

But Michelle only reviewed the video -- and didn't post the original video to her channel -- so her review was allowed to remain.

Check out the video below before YouTube changes their rules!
 

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Cardi B, arguably one of the top entertainers of 2019, took to Instagram on New Year's Eve to list her accomplishments over the last decade.

Cardi described her rags-to-riches life in an Instagram post on New Year's Eve.
 

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Cardi has a lot to be thankful for. On Tuesday, the 27-year-old mother of one gave her followers the grand tour of the new $5.8 million mansion.

My real estate friend was unable to find any public records for the sale of this home. But she did find a $35,000-a-month rental listing for the same address. The rental was taken off the market in October.

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The house sat for two years before Cardi and Offset came along. The owners chopped $4 million off the original sales price before listing it for rent.

$35,000 a month is nothing to sneeze at. Cardi is doing the right thing if she is renting. Why buy a house that she will have a very difficult time unloading in a few years?

The 22-square-foot mansion in affluent Sandy Springs, near Chastain Park boasts 5 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a 4-car garage, a man cave/game room and a gun range.

Question: Did you accomplish your 10-year goals? What are your goals for the upcoming decade?