Qatar's latest purchase of a Trump condominium has “incredibly troubling optics,” a spokesman for a legal watchdog group said.
Jared Kushner’s family's real estate company, struggling to keep afloat with its 666 Fifth Avenue building in New York City, reportedly has put in a $200 million offer to purchase a famous residential building on Park Avenue.
Several investigations plague Jared Kushner as he continues to serve as a senior White House adviser.
The fire-gutted house is located in the affluent Willow Glen community in San Jose.
Donald Trump gained hugely from the policies of the man he loves to hate, Barack Obama.
Kushner Companies “is not under investigation for any tax issues,” its attorney stated.
Several donors have publicly stated support for Trump’s policy priorities, particularly tax reform.
Housing costs are the most common reason people move away from cities, followed by jobs, schools and public safety concerns, according to U.S. mayors.
Since Eric Trump needed the condo from his father to create the penthouse, the fair market value of the condo could be even higher.
Nearly a quarter of homes sold for an average of $7,000 above the asking price.
The commander in chief has sold over $35 million worth of real estate.
Construction firms are optimistic there will be a boom in new projects in 2018, but they could be hard pressed to find applicants for construction jobs.
Trump and Kushner have toured at least one property in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood where the Clintons own a home.
Real Estate brokers in New York City blame buyer uncertainty over the Trump tax bill for the recent fall in home sales.
This year, what 43 million American renters spent is up by $4.9 billion from 2016.
Uta Winkler said she's been waking up to fits of sneezes every morning for years in the Kushner Village complex in Manhattan.
The lavish investments could tarnish the heir's reputation as a revolutionizing force in Saudi Arabia.
Critics say the president is pickpocketing everyday Americans to benefit a handful of wealthy business moguls.
Some jokester decided to liven up Paul Manafort's vacant Brooklyn property with a little "landmark" signage.