Like many young couples, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are selling their starter home to move into fancier digs.
Unlike most other couples, however, Kiki and 'Ye are asking for the GDP of a small nation for their sprawling Bel Air mansion.
Yes, Bel Air has been attracting rappers since the Fresh Prince's life got flip-turned upside down back in the early 90s.
So it's not hard to see why Kanye and Kim dropped $9 million for a home in the upscale neighborhood back in 2013. It is, however, hard to understand why they're asking $20 million for the place just two years later.
Granted, Kimye put a reported $2 million in renovations into the place, but if our math is right, that's still quite a mark-up.
If you feel like you hear about Kim and Kanye buying, selling, renovating and moving every other week, that's because you do.
When it comes to housing, the couple is as indecisive as Kanye choosing from his many pairs of leather sweatpants in the morning.
While their first place was being renovated, Kim and Kanye bought a $20 million mansion in Hidden Hills, CA, so they've never even lived in the revamped Bel Air crib.
Instead, Kim and Kanye lived with Kris Jenner while the Hidden Hills compound was brought up to their standards.
Kim suggested they move into her youngest sister's new place, but Kylie said she'd rather stab herself, because she's much smarter than people give her credit for.