Even the GOAT has trouble selling some real estate.
Jordan, it turns out, has been trying to sell his former Chicago-area home since 2012.
Yes, it’s been on the market for more than eight years.
The nine-bedroom, 19-bathroom mansion was first listed in February 2012 for the steep price of $29 million.
After failing to attract any interest for well over a year, Jordan tried to sell the house at auction in November 2013 but nobody bid the $13 million minimum.
The asking price then dropped from $21 million to $16 million. Six-and-a-half years later, it’s still up for sale for $14.9 million.
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