Donald Trump’s childhood home headed back to the auction block last night.
The five-bedroom, tudor-style house in Jamaica Estates, Queens, was Trump’s home until he was four-years-old.
It first hit the market back in July for $1.65 million, then it was cut to $1.25 million, and finally it ended up going to auction in December where real estate investor Michael Davis nabbed it for $1.39 million.
At the time, it was reported that David had plans for a quick flip, and indeed, the flip was certainly quick.
Broker Dolly Lenz said the home could be worth three to 10 times more now that it will be the first home of a U.S. president. But it will be a few weeks until we can see exactly how much it sold for — the auction house is staying tight lipped — when public records will dish if the move paid off.