Though Their Show Is Over, We’ll Continue To Keep Up With the Kardashians’ Real Estate

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After 14 event-filled years, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” is drawing to a close. The reality TV show catapulted the Kardashians and Jenners—and their real estate dealings—into the cultural zeitgeist.

And although the show is ending, their real estate legacy marches on. We’ve watched in collective fascination as the family ceaselessly bought and sold luxury homes. Many of those residences were located in the Hidden Hills-Calabasas area and forever changed the profile of that community.

“When several members of a very public, fantastically wealthy, and entrepreneurial family, like the Kardashians, choose to make their home in this guard-gated enclave, it has a lasting impact,” says Aimee Stern, director of the Estates Division at The Agency.

“Other high-profile and high net worth individuals and families are more likely to be intrigued and potentially inspired to consider the neighborhood when making their next move,” says Stern.

The family chose homes that are close enough to the glitz and glamour of Southern California’s more famous streets—but not too close.

“High-profile and high net worth individuals and families are choosing Hidden Hills, rather than other luxury neighborhoods in Los Angeles, like Beverly Hills and Bel-Air. Hidden Hills is one of very few discreet areas in the city that provides guard-gated security and privacy, spectacular views, properties on oversized lots, and a quiet and peaceful lifestyle,” says Stern.

Let’s take a look back at all the real estate drama the Kardashians and Jenners have delivered over the past couple of decades.