Overvalued NYC Property: Jon Stewart’s Real Estate Deal Looks a Lot Like Trump’s


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Overvalued NYC Property

The focus was on a Tribeca penthouse once owned by Stewart, which he sold for a staggering $17.5 million in 2014.

Assessors had pegged the property’s market value at a mere $1.882 million. Websleuths did the math, claiming Stewart may have overvalued the property by 829%.

The discrepancy between the assessed value and the sale price has raised eyebrows and prompted questions about the ethics of property valuation in the city’s competitive real estate market.

Critics argue that such disparities can distort market perceptions and contribute to inflated property prices.

Stewart Real Estate Deal

Stewart’s sale of the Tribeca penthouse, while lucrative, underscores the unpredictable nature of real estate transactions.