Housing

Our Very Own Toxic Asset

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We came very close to buying this . . . then it fell apart.

We came very close to buying this . . . then it fell apart.

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Yes! Our very own Chana Joffe-Walt and David Kestenbaum have returned victorious from their odyssey in Kansas City. They managed to purchase one toxic asset of their very own that they will be watching over like a chia pet or like that project in sixth grade where they give you an egg during sex ed week. They attended an auction of dubious financial products with the inimitable Wit Solberg: a principal with Mission Peak Capital (in Kansas City).

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