President Trump’s Modest Boyhood Home in Queens Sells for Millions
President Trump’s childhood home in Queens has been sold, in a transaction facilitated by a lawyer who specializes in shepherding real estate investments made by overseas Chinese buyers. The identity of the purchaser, who paid more than $2 million for the modest Tudor-style home, was obscured behind a recently created limited liability corporation, Trump Birth House. The sale closed on March 23.
In an email, Michael X. Tang, a lawyer registered as the representative for the corporation, said he was not permitted to disclose any information regarding the transaction. The $2.14 million sale price is more than double the average value of comparable homes iin the area, according to the property site Trulia.
According to residents in the nighborhood, the buyer is a Chinese woman, only her son who lives there, his family are living i China.