When Jamie Dimon moved from Chicago to New York for the chief executive job at JPMorgan Chase several years ago, he hit a real estate wall: His eight-bedroom mansion on Chicago's Gold Coast took three years to sell. Although it was originally listed for $13.5 million, last year a buyer paid him $6.5 million. He got a little relocation help from his company, however: Chase paid more than $421,000 toward his moving expenses, which included $306,000 toward real estate agent commissions and fees, according to Bloomberg. Got an item you'd like us to consider for the Real Estate Roundabout? Send us an email. Contact Inman News: Email Letter to the Editor ...
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