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Spitzer Charges Into His Family’s Real Estate Business – New York Times


New York Times

Spitzer Charges Into His Family's Real Estate Business
New York Times
Real estate was always considered something of a fallback for Mr. Spitzer after he left the governor's mansion, said Herbert E. Nass, a friend since the two men ran against each other for president of the seventh grade at Horace Mann, the prestigious
Spitzer: From Politics To Real EstateGazette Review
Spitzer's Williamsburg megaproject revealedThe Real Deal Magazine (blog)

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Spitzer Charges Into His Family’s Real Estate Business – New York Times


New York Times

Spitzer Charges Into His Family's Real Estate Business
New York Times
Much has changed for Eliot Spitzer since he resigned as governor of New York in 2008, only 15 months after taking office, amid revelations that he was a client of a prostitution ring. He and his wife, Silda Wall Spitzer, divorced after 26 years of
Spitzer: From Politics To Real EstateGazette Review
Spitzer's Williamsburg megaproject revealedThe Real Deal Magazine (blog)

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real estate – Google News

Spitzer Charges Into His Family’s Real Estate Business – New York Times


New York Times

Spitzer Charges Into His Family's Real Estate Business
New York Times
Real estate was always considered something of a fallback for Mr. Spitzer after he left the governor's mansion, said Herbert E. Nass, a friend since the two men ran against each other for president of the seventh grade at Horace Mann, the prestigious

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Foreigners swoop into Miami real estate with piles of cash – USA TODAY

Foreigners swoop into Miami real estate with piles of cash
USA TODAY
That situation is partly why Miami has become one of the most expensive cities in the U.S. to buy or rent a home. Lured by the beaches or the relative security of the American real estate market, people from around the globe have flooded the area in

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Foreigners swoop into Miami real estate with piles of cash – USA TODAY

Foreigners swoop into Miami real estate with piles of cash
USA TODAY
That situation is partly why Miami has become one of the most expensive cities in the U.S. to buy or rent a home. Lured by the beaches or the relative security of the American real estate market, people from around the globe have flooded the area in

real estate – Google News


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