It's Positively Grizzly! Stars Feel the Hot Breath of a Bear Housing Market
updated 12/10/1990 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 12/10/1990 AT 01:00 AM EST
Buyers, of course—including Bruce Springsteen, who last May grabbed a $14 million Beverly Hills estate for $1.9 million below the original asking price—aren't complaining. Nor are some homeowners who, demonstrating that there are few atheists in real estate foxholes, have closed deals after burying statues of St. Joseph—the patron saint of carpenters—on their stagnant properties. Celebrities take note: As the multiple listings below suggest, these days it may just take divine intervention to move a mansion.