Donald Trump’s Real Estate Portfolio is Highly Concentrated in These Two States

Before becoming the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump was known for his real estate empire. However, today, his media coverage revolves around politics, encompassing the upcoming Iowa caucuses and the attempts by the states of Maine and Colorado to keep him off their ballots.

Regardless of your political affiliation, you can’t ignore the success the former President and 2024 candidate has had in real estate.

So where does Trump’s real estate portfolio stand today?

You can peruse and see his entire portfolio, which includes hotels, residential buildings, commercial buildings, golf courses, and estates.

Digging deeper, you can see the markets Trump is most concentrated in. While he has real estate across the U.S. and in international markets, such as Dubai and India, he has the most properties in New York and Florida.

Trump’s most prominent New York properties include Trump Tower, 40 Wall Street, and Trump National Golf Club, while his most prominent Florida properties include The Mar-a-Lago Club, Trump National Doral, and Trump International Golf Club.

It’s also worth noting that Trump owns several lifestyle brands and media properties, including a stake in Truth Social, which is attempting to go public via a SPAC merger with Digital World Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ:DWAC).

Trump’s net worth was last estimated to be roughly $3.1 billion, though there’s a lot to unpack there since it’s hard to value each of his properties individually, let alone his personal brand.

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