Even famous actors, athletes and musicians look outside of their day jobs for an extra source of income; and the stars that turn to house flipping can really make bank.
This "Dexter" star turned Broadway darling is no stranger to the house flipping game: In 2013, he for a small profit after owning it for just one month. Now, Hall has for $4.85 million, $675,000 more than he paid for the space in 2013. Only time will tell if the sale will be successful this time around though, considering he did as well.
Ellen Degeneres may be the most well-known celebrity house flipper, with several successful flips under her belt. But her most lucrative flip came in July 2014, when she sold LA's famed Brody House to , $15 million more than she paid just six months prior. The architecture-loving star also just repurchased a home she originally flipped in 2007.
Jeremy Renner and his business partner Kristoffer Winters have successfully bought and sold several homes over the years, including a home in Nicholas Canyon and another home in Hollywood, according to . And now, the duo is looking to execute another successful flip by listing this 7,000 square foot home located at the foot of Runyon Canyon for $4.795 million. They purchased the estate for $1.35 million in 2009.
Jennifer Aniston listed her Beverly Hills home for $42 million in 2014, after finishing extensive renovations with the help of architect and designer Stephen Shadley. According to , the home sold for $35 million after only two months on the market. Aniston originally purchased the home for just $13.5 million.
After finalizing their divorce in 2013, Courteney Cox and David Arquette earned a significant amount of money by selling their Malibu beach house. The pair purchased the home for $7.925, but , just a little under their original asking price of $19.5M.
Diane Keaton has undertaken several renovations of historic California homes over the years, and even flipped two homes in 2010. One of which was the gorgeous Beverly Hills home she sold to "Glee" and "American Horror Story" creator . Keaton originally purchased the home for $8.1 million, and listed it for $12.995 million.
Meryl Streep may have been hoping for a bigger profit when she listed this 1954 Research House for $6.75 million, but she and her husband still when it sold for $4.8 million just four months after it was listed.
Baseball star Alex Rodriguez made an incredible $15 million in profit, after factoring in renovation costs, when he sold his Miami Beach home for . The Yankee purchased the mansion for $7.4 million in 2010 and spent another $7.6 million renovating the gorgeous space.
Vanilla Ice is one of the most prolific celebrity house flippers, having spent the past 15 years dedicating himself to the craft. And since 2010, his work in house flipping has been showcased on the DIY Network's show "." The former rapper told he has made millions flipping houses, and doesn't even know how many houses he owns off the top of his head.
Tobey Maguire is currently in the process of in Brentwood, which he bought less than a year ago for $8.45 million. The "Spiderman" star has listed the 6-bedroom, 5-and-a-half bath mansion for $10.25 million.
Kourtney Kardashian's main man, Scott Disick, is also looking to jump on the celebrity house flipping band wagon. He recently purchased a five-bedroom home in Beverly Hills for $3.69 million, and sources told he intends to renovate and flip the property.