After that the financial crises strike all over the world when the Leeman Brothers bank got bankrupt, the housing market hasn't been the same. But one could never ever have imagined that it would affect the sinners city of the world, Las Vegas, where more and more rich people decides to move and invest in property. Now the poker legend Chip Reese house in Las Vegas has been for sale for almost a y[...] Read more » Poker legends house for sale
Joined: Aug '08
Age: 35 (M)
wow thats a really nice house, I dont understand why the family wants to sell it now, when the value of the estate is lowered so much. Im sure they have inherited some nice cash after Chip's death, so couldn't they just wait some time until the estate market will come out straight???
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 36 (M)
Lol nice idea, a poker tourney with his house as prizepool! Lol but really, i dont think it is a good idea trying to sell a house like that in the times we are now, we are in a big crisis, they should wait for very times. But of course money is needed everytime!!!
Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 42 (M)
Indeed a nice house, but to sell it all they have to do is drop the price, it is no longer worth what it was worth, and its all relative so they wont lose out on the money that they didnt have. And even for 3mill there are a lot of nicer places to buy. Cmon they drop price by 50% they know they are being greedy and trying to rip ppl of over a name.
Joined: Oct '08
Age: 63 (M)
Yes a very nice house if I had the money I would bye it and turn it into a harfway house for drugy's and alcolicks and use the gronds for a travler carvan site ... so as to bring the price of the surounding property's down ....And then bye them all up