Treasury Secretary Tim Geither joins millions of other Americans who can’t sell their house. Of course Geithner’s home might be a tad bit more expensive than most.
After leaving the tony New York City suburb of Mamaroneck to take his new post in Washington, D.C., Geithner put his five-bedroom Tudor home on the market for $1.635 million. [bargain]
Don’t worry, he recently rented it for $7,500 – which begs the question – who the hell spends $7,500 a month to rent a house?