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A judge may have finalized her divorce last week from actor Kelsey Grammer, but Camille Grammer said she still does not know what will happen with the home the exes own together in Bridgehampton.

When asked who will get the 8,000-square-foot estate, "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star said, "At this point, I have no idea."

"The financials have not been done," added Grammer.

The Grammers first put the 1.7-acre property on the market in 2008 for $15.6 million. The next year, they lowered the price to $13.9 million. The house has a heated gunite pool, a pool cottage, a Har-Tru clay tennis court and a home theater. - VALERIE KELLOGG


Millennials - a group generally defined as those born between 1982 and 2000 - will play a vital role in stabilizing the housing market, predicts Trulia, a real estate site.

Even in a housing market bedeviled by foreclosures and falling values, more than one in four young adults said their views on owning a home had become more positive over the past six months, according to Trulia's most recent survey. Some 88 percent of 18-to-34-year-old renters said they aspire to be homeowners.

That sounds promising for the nation, but some would say less so for Long Island: Some 64 percent of residents in that age group said they plan to leave here in the next five years, according to a survey recently published by the Garden City-based Rauch Foundation.

That's not likely to improve unless Long Island communities can begin to provide transit-based downtowns with affordable rental housing to attract young professionals, the report says. - KRISTIN TAVEIRA

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