The mansion where Michael Jackson passed away is back on the market for a mere $28 million.
The asking price for the mansion is $28,995,000, which is $10 million less than they asked for before Michael died, TMZ reports.
The mansion in Holmby Hills, Calif., is 17,171 square feet which includes seven bedrooms, a seven-car garage and 13 toilets.
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According to TMZ sources, fans are expressing interesting in the property, but the owners are requiring an "extensive pre-qualifying check" before they can step inside.
Ed Hardy CEO Hubert Guez tried and failed to sell the property in 2008 and then decided to let MJ live in it while he rehearsed for his "This Is It" tour.