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'Octomom' Nadya Suleman using her fame to sell home

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How do you sell a home made famous by Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman?

Suleman's La Habra home is officially on the market, and her real estate agent is not hiding its connection to the "Octomom" case.

"Don't miss the opportunity to own this previously owned celebrity home!" the real estate ad reads on Zillow.com. "Cul-de-sac location features a spacious 4 bedrooms, 3 baths in a desirable neighborhood! Large living area on bottom floor featuring high ceilings with separate living, dining, laundry, and a bonus room... Won't last!" says Realtor.com.

The asking price for the home is $525,000.

Suleman has been struggling financially for some time. Several times over the last year, she has come close to having the home foreclosed.

Suleman has been raising her 14 children at the home, and for a time her life was the subject of a reality TV show based at the residence. This, along with all the media attention, had created some grumbling from neighbors.

The Orange County Register reported that a "For Sale" sign was spotted at the home on Monday.

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Photo: Suleman outside her home. Credit: Los Angeles Times

 
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