The Holmby Hills mansion where Michael Jackson died  is back on the market for $28 million, according to TMZ, but the asking price is $10 million less than what it was before the King of Pop passed away.

The 17,171 square foot home on N. Carolwood Drive — which features 7 bedrooms, a 7-car garage, and 13 bathrooms — was officially put up for sale on Monday with an asking price of $28,995,000.

Sources tell TMZ that several Jackson fans have already expressed interest — possibly in an attempt to get a sneak peek inside — but the owners have required all potential buyers to go through an “extensive pre-qualifying check” before they can even walk in the door.

In 2008, the property owner — Ed Hardy CEO Hubert Guez — tried selling the place for $38 million… but when that didn’t work out, he agreed to let MJ live in the home while he rehearsed for the “This Is It” tour.