President Reagan was very well respected. General Electric was always indebted to him for all the successful shows that he did that were sponsored by them. So GE built him a high tech house in 1957, and someone just bought it recently. Check this out
I'm starting a new feature, thanks to a great website. I wanted to share with you some of the top celebrities' real estate that they are either trying to unload or have unloaded. Some of these you won't believe. We'll start with Yankee Derek Jeter's
I'm sure we'll all miss Dick Clark. He was an amazing force in the music and television industries. I'm actually shocked that his net worth wasn't up there with Bill Gates. I guess he didn't reach that level, but he did have extra "disposable income", to be sure. And here's proof
If your dream home hit the market, you'd scoop it up, right? What if it was a friend's home and the reason it's for sale is because it's in foreclosure? Is one man's loss another's gain, or is this taking advantage of a friend's financial troubles? What would you do?
This blog only goes out to the "one percenters" out there. The rest of you can break up into smaller groups. I just wanted to pass the word that , if you are purchasing a amnion and want it to have good resale value down the line, make sure it has enough bathrooms. Very important.
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