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During the 2008 financial crisis, Florida was an epicenter of the real estate meltdown. But for decades before that, the state has been characterized by booms and busts. In this week’s episode of the Odd Lots podcast, we speak with Arva Moore Parks, a ...


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Before he became the Republican presidential candidate or a real estate guy, Donald Trump grew up in a 2,500-square foot brick and stucco Tudor home in Queens in New York CityAnd while it's not his lavish penthouses or estates, the home did go up for auction this year, according to an article in CNN Money by Kathryn Vasel Want to see a video tour of the house? Follow this link, if so. And here's a Twit-pic! Sponsor Content If you've dreamed of living in the same house that Donald Trump has lived in -- you're in luckhttps://t.co/dzX8GoMj8n — CNNMoney (@CNNMoney) October 18, 2016 However, the famous connection isn’t doing much for the houseThe article noted the opening bid for the home is $849,000, which would be a relative bargain for a house in this locationThe article added that earlier this summer, the property was on the market for as much as $1.65 million From the piece: "The connection to Trump is timely and the value is a little difficult to ascertain due to the association with Trump," explained Misha Haghani, the co-broker on the listing from Paramount Realty USA, on why the home is being auctioned"An auction is a great way to sell ..things that have a unique or sentimental valueA value beyond the physical." 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