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IMAGE: Nadya Suleman
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"Octomom" Nadya Suleman may have to find a new neighborhood in which to shop for her 14 children after she sells her California home.
updated 9/27/2011 8:32:04 AM ET 2011-09-27T12:32:04

The Southern California home where "Octomom" Nadya Suleman has lived for more than two years with her 14 children is for sale.

A real estate website says the 2,583-square-foot (240-square-meter) home on Madonna Lane is listed at $525,000.

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The Orange County Register reported the listing Monday.

Suleman's father Ed Doud purchased the home in 2009 for $565,000. Suleman owes a $450,000 balloon payment to Amer Haddadin, the note holder on the home. He had threatened Suleman with eviction several times over the past several months if she didn't pay the money.

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Haddadin told the Register he has been trying to convince Suleman to sell the house all summer and had no idea that a sign had been put up in the front yard.

Agent Rebecca Mercado says the home was listed on Friday.

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