Real estate after coronavirus will ‘bounce back very quickly’: NAHB CEO
NAHB CEO Jerry Howard discusses how the coronavirus is impacting the real estate market.
Michael Jordan is widely believed to be the wealthiest NBA player ever thanks to a number of savvy business deals that built off the already substantial salary he earned on the court.
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Jordan also has a real estate portfolio to back up his high net worth. The NBA legend owns at least five homes, two of which are up for sale.
The first home Jordan is selling is located in Highland Park, Illinois, just north of Chicago. The massive, 32,683-square-foot home is listed with Katherine Malkin of Compass for $14.9 million.