If you can't afford Neverland Ranch, maybe you can snatch up another one of Michael Jackson's former homes.
A week after Neverland Ranch came on the market, Jacko's Las Vegas compound is up for sale. The Spanish Mediterranean-style estate, where the singer lived from 2007 until his death in 2009, is listed for $19.5 million. Neverland is expected to fetch as much as $60 million.
The Las Vegas home boasts a secret underground tunnel and a Medieval chapel that can seat 74 people.
The Vegas mansion is owned by philanthropist Aner Iglesias, who leased the property to Jackson after he returned to the States from Bahrain, where he fled following his trial on child molestation charges.