Bernie Madoff’s homes have risen in value since he confessed to his crimes.
The increases have nothing to do with his scandal, and can mostly be attributed to renovations.
Since Bernie Madoff went to jail about nine years ago after confessing to running an estimated $50 billion Ponzi scheme, his former homes have only risen in value.
But their connection to Madoff has little do with it, according to the Wall Street Journal.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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