Trump's Cabinet Appointees Go House-Hunting in DC's 'Billionaire's Row'
The uber-wealthy appointees are looking at homes in the Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Kalorama.
There's a big demand for pricey real estate in the nation's capital, thanks to President-elect Donald Trump’s billionaire cabinet appointees.
If confirmed, Trump's cabinet will be the wealthiest ever, with a combined estimated net worth of $5.6 billion.
Christopher Ritzert of Sotheby's International Realty is helping four of Trump's cabinet appointees find new homes in Washington, D.C.
“We've seen many people come thru wash with money but never this many with this much,” he told Inside Edition.
He's shown them all a $4 million apartment at the Ritz-Carlton residences. It has three bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.
He said it is eight blocks from the White House and “a lovely walk down Pennsylvania Avenue.”
The cabinet appointees are also looking in the Kalorama neighborhood, also known as "Embassy Row," and fast becoming "Billionaire's Row.'
Wilbur Ross, Trump's pick for Commerce Secretary, is worth $2.9 billion, and just plunked down $12 million for an impressive mansion.
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