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Phil Maloof's penthouse up for sale

Discussion in 'Living in Sin (City that is)' started by westie, Jul 5, 2014.

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  1. westie

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    Great looking' pad!
     
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    Whew! A little pricey at 38 Million. Thinking you could get something a little nicer and cheaper in the City Center area.
     
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    Going to go check the couch cushions for a spare $38mil in change...
     
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    the mandarin oriental penthouse 7.5 million but alot smaller only around 4000 sq ft
     
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    If I somehow had "Powerball money", I still wouldn't buy a place like this. The reason? Monthly condo fees. I bet that along would set me back more than reserving a penthouse suite at an MLife/CET property once a month, not to mention the comps I'd get from buying those on a monthly basis for a year or so (along with significant ADT, since I'd have Powerball money in this situation).
     
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    I could buy a couple houses every year just from the property tax on that mother!
     
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    not in nyc,, i might get a studio or 1 bedroom apt
     
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    The question in my mind "is now the time to sell real estate in Las Vegas"? With two Maloofs selling should I follow the smart money?

    TomTWI
     
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    Yeah...I'm gonna say the Maloofs are not exactly the example of smart money, at least in Las Vegas.
    I think Vegas has a lot more inventory to clear up on the foreclosure market, but things are getting a little better.
     
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    Not worth $38M. Never really considered buying real estate in Vegas...
     
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    only in Vegas would anyone have a website with a picture of themselves in a pair of panties as a background for their resume
     
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    Much rather have a $2 million stand alone house in Vegas, a few years ago that $2 million house was a $6 million dollar house, and will be again someday.
     
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