Mansion Global: Investor makes $750,000 flipping Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens

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Donald Trump’s childhood home in the Jamaica Estates neighborhood of Queens, N.Y.

A real estate investor has flipped President Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens, New York, for a 50% profit, banking nearly $750,000 over what he paid for it. Five days before Inauguration Day, investor Michael Davis sold at auction the brick tudor home where Mr. Trump first lived. The sale officially closed just last week for $2.14 million, auctioneer Paramount Realty USA announced on Monday.

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Davis snapped up the home in December for $1.39 million, following Trump’s surprising victory in the U.S.

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