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 year, and still no buyer.
Chip Reese is a poker legend that many of the best players in the world really admire and look up to. Chip had a great career playing poker and it really paid off for him. For example he won the H.O.R.S.E event in 2006 WSOP which gave him $1,784,640. Unfortunately Chip passed away 2 years ago after having a bad pneumonia for some time. Chip Reese left lots of money and property after him that his relatives would inherit.
For almost a year Chip's relatives have been trying to sell one of his houses through an estate agent. The house for sale is valued to something a bit less than $6 million U.S. dollars, but also this house has an invaluable value thanks to the legend that used to live there. But the estate agent hasn't been able to find anyone that are willing to pay something close to those kind of money. Now rumors say that Chip's relatives are getting more desperate and now they are selling the house to half its value, around $3 million U.S. dollars. This is probably a great investment for someone that have the money to spare and can wait a couple of years for the housing markets negative trend to turn?
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