What's Hot on HousingWatch This Week

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Tennis aces, quarterbacks, supermodels, pop singers, country stars ... they're all on the move this week. See who's selling, who's buying, and which surprising celeb is actually (gulp) renting! It's all here on HousingWatch.

1. Roddick and Decker Fleeing $3.6M Spread
Tennis champ Andy Roddick has just put his Texas "starter home" (an impressive start, at almost 6,000 square feet) on the market. For just $3.6 million, you too can live the good life on Lake Austin. Read more.

2. Dixie Chick's New NYC Coop
Dixie Chick Natalie Maines and husband Adrian Pasdar of TV's "Heroes" have picked up a $4.5 million loft apartment in NYC's Chelsea neighborhood. Read more.

3. Jonas Brother K2 Bails on Texas Mansion
Now's your chance to live like a pop star: Kevin Jonas and wife Danielle are vacating their Westlake, Texas mansion. See what kind of high-end touches will be available to the new owner when you read more.
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4. Why Facebook's Billionaire Founder Rents
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was all over the news this week for reports of his surprising lifestyle choice: Turns out that the (paper) billionaire is a renter. Read more.

5. New Obama Housing Fix: $50K Bridge Loans
A new federal program aims to help struggling homeowners by offering a specially structured loan to help them catch up on back mortgage payments. See the details, and whether you qualify, when you read more.

6. Tom Brady and Gisele's Custom-Built Castle
The NFL quarterback and the supermodel are putting down roots in Los Angeles, with construction wrapping up on their custom-built über-mansion in the Brentwood neighborhood. Read more.

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