The founding father of Cash4Gold purchased a waterfront house in Miami Seashore’s La Gorce Island for $19.6 million. The house offered at a 44 % low cost from its itemizing practically 4 years in the past.
Jeff Aronson and his spouse Carolyn purchased the 10,094-square-foot property at 100 La Gorce Drive for $1,941 per sq. foot. Rapa Holdings, which is managed by Andrew Feldman, offered the property.
That sale value was a major value chop from 2016, when it listed for $34.9 million.
Nancy Batchelor of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty represented the vendor within the deal. The client was represented by Mirce Curkoski of ONE Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty.
Aronson based Cash4Gold in 2007 and it went bankrupt in 2012 amid complaints from clients for not receiving funds. The corporate allowed folks to mail of their gold and silver jewellery in trade for money with out going to a pawn store. Cash4Gold gained reputation throughout the recession as extra folks fell on laborious instances. The corporate was additionally identified for its 2009 Tremendous Bowl business that includes MC Hammer.
Aronson is now CEO of TitanFC, a American blended martial arts promotion based mostly out of Pompano Seashore, FL that may be a minor league to the Final Preventing Championship. His spouse Carolyn is an entrepreneur and founding father of It’s a 10 Haircare model.
The home sits on 2 acres of land and has seven bedrooms and 10 loos. In-built 1952, it includes a pool, patios, and spa. It additionally has a separate visitor home, a gymnasium and a pool home with a full kitchen.
The property features a tennis courts and a pair of boat lifts.
La Gorce Island is a personal, residential island consisting of 59 high-end properties. In June 2018, Rob Arnott, who runs the asset supervisor Analysis Associates purchased a waterfront spec mansion on La Gorce Island for $32 million. On the time, the deal was the costliest buy in Miami Seashore since at the very least 2015.