While it’s true that the first family’s humble abode is unlike any other property in the world, the data heads here at Zillow set out to determine just how much this historical property was theoretically worth.
Democrats and Republicans paint different pictures of how affective the president’s efforts to stabilize the housing market have been.
Nowhere does the pace of the housing market recovery matter more for President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney than the nation’s so-called swing states.
When the president goes to his private residence at the end of the day, he undoubtedly yearns for the comforts of “home.” But what does that home look like?
The 9,150-square-foot, three-story Victorian home at Number One Observatory Circle was built in 1893 and has been the official vice president’s residence since 1974.
As the 2012 presidential election nears its final weeks, we’re taking a real estate tour of some of the former presidents’ domains.
We’re taking a break at looking at the Presidents’ collection of real estate and checking out the Vice Presidents’ places.
Bloomfield Hills, MI is where the Republican presidential nominee attended school and met his future wife.
As President Barack Obama crisscrosses the nation campaigning for re-election, there’s one city he’ll always hold a little nearer and dearer than the rest: his hometown of Honolulu.
We’re taking a look at the places the candidates head to for an escape.