Beck Selling Santa Monica home

Maybe Beck has turned into a flipper. The singer listed his 4-bedroom, 4-bath Tudor after paying $2.711 million in February. The property is back on the market for $2.795 million. The home wasn’t a primary residence for Beck, who owns another place in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Beck was the big winner at this year’s Grammy Awards, taking home the trophy for Album of the Year for the soothing collection "Morning Phase."

Taraji P. Henson Now a Landlord

With a fresh Emmy nomination for best actress in a drama for her performance as Cookie Lyon in the smash cable hit "Empire," Taraji P. Henson is celebrating in the big L.A. house she moved into last summer. But the actress is not above being a landlord: Henson’s San Fernando Valley home is on the rental market.

Listed for $3,400 a month, the 1,400-square-foot stucco home is where Henson lived for 10 years. The 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home is tidy and neat with an in-ground pool, but no one can blame her for moving on up after scoring leading roles in several successful television series. Henson’s fellow Emmy nominees include Viola Davis, "How to Get Away With Murder"; Robin Wright, "House of Cards"; Elisabeth Moss, "Mad Men"; Claire Danes, "Homeland" and Tatiana Maslany, "Orphan Black."

Facebook Co-Founder Giving Up Lofty NYC Spot

As the new face of millennial power, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes and his investor husband Sean Eldridge have received lots of attention over the past few years for their career and real estate undertakings. Now the couple is looking to sell their whoppingly-large New York City loft. The 4,100-square-foot condo at 30 Crosby is on the market for $8.75 million.

With 12-foot ceilings and a grand living room that runs almost 40-feet long, the interior space includes a formal dining room, a library and huge kitchen connected to a west wing that features 3 bedrooms.

Meanwhile, Hughes and Eldridge have other NY homes to hang their hats. They famously bought not one but two estates in two different congressional districts north of NYC to give Eldridge a chance at winning a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. His campaign, however, was a bust.