Focus on Mar-a-Lago in Trump’s Civil Fraud Trial: Real Estate Expert Highlights Property’s Value

by Ethan Kim
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During the civil fraud trial involving former President Donald Trump, significant attention was directed to the valuation of his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

A Florida real estate lawyer, speaking in defense of Trump, suggested that despite longstanding legal agreements stating Mar-a-Lago would remain solely a club, it could potentially be sold as a private residence. This assertion challenges the arguments of New York state prosecutors who accuse Trump of inflating the property’s value fraudulently.

Highlighting the estate’s allure, a prominent Palm Beach real estate broker showcased a captivating video of Mar-a-Lago, valuing it at over $1 billion as of 2021. “The estate is simply stunning, a marvel to behold,” said broker Lawrence Moens, whose testimony included a brief interruption for a personal phone call while on the stand.

Mar-a-Lago, a 17-acre estate with water frontage on two sides, serves as Trump’s residence and a venue for high-profile meetings. The property is also at the center of allegations by federal special counsel Jack Smith, who accuses Trump of mishandling classified documents, a claim Trump refutes.

The estate is a focal point in the ongoing

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