Finally some good news for America’s favorite suspended baseball player, Alex Rodriguez. The (temporarily) erstwhile Yankees third baseman netted a nice, tidy profit on flipping his Miami Beach condo he purchased last year for $2.1 million. The Wall Street Journal reports that Rodriguez, through the help of his real estate agent sister, sold his unit in the Mei condominium for $2.575 million after listing it in December for $3.1 million. Once you take out fees, taxes and other expenses, A-Rod still nets a nice little chunk of change … even for a guy who’s made over $352 million in salary playing baseball.
Looks like A-Rod might have found a career after baseball: host of a property-trading show on Bravo or A&E.
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