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Warren’s campaign issued a statement last night: “Elizabeth and (her husband) Bruce are fortunate to be in a position where they can help their family. They have been able to help relatives buy their homes and her nephew — a contractor — fix up houses.” According to the Boston Herald: • Purchasing a foreclosed home . Department of Housing and Urban Development for $61,000 in June 1993, then selling it in December 1994 for $95,000 • Buying a house $30,000 in August 1993, then flipping it for $145,000 • Lending one of her brothers money at 9.5 percent interest to buy a home $35,000 in August 2000. He sold the place three months later for $38,500 • Providing her brother with financing to buy a $25,000 house in 1994. He sold the property four years later for $42,000 • Giving her sister-in-law a mortgage in 1996 to buy a $31,000 home Three years later, the sister-in-law sold the place for $45,000 • Providing her brother with a loan in 1997 to buy for $90,000. He sold it some two years later for $106,000 • Giving her brother a mortgage to in 1997 for $26,000. Nine years later, he unloaded the home for $45,00 Elizabeth Warren is not Donald Trump.
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