Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch has gone up for sale with a price tag of $100m (£65m), reports the Wall Street Journal.
The Santa Barbara development was once home to a zoo, an amusement park and its own fire station.
Much of this has gone but there is still a floral clock and a railway.
Jackson bought the house in 1987 for $19.5m but struggled to pay for it, until an investment company stepped in to help him save it from auction.
Indonesia's government is launching an ambitious program to try to build one million homes before the end of the year.
It is aimed at helping people on lower incomes, many of whom live in poor accommodation.
There are big challenges facing the sector.
The price of new homes in China fell for the eighth consecutive month in April, showing the property sector continues to be a major drag on the world's second-largest economy.
The average price in China's 70 major cities fell 6.1% from a year ago - the same rate of decline as in March.
A large inventory of unsold homes is weighing on the once red-hot market.
The property sector accounts for about 20% of China's economy, according to economists.
I live in paradise—there’s no disputing it. My home on the island of Roatan is surrounded by gorgeous, lush jungle and faces out to the sea. The palm trees and flowers that fill my yard draw hummingbirds who zig and zag their way among the colorful blossoms.
At my doorstep, there’s the beach, with its resident crabs and regal herons walking along the shoreline.
So often I hear people say, “I wish I could live here!” or “Someday I want to move here.” I am often told how jealous people are of the life that I live. But I have something to tell you now…Someday can be today.
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