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You wouldn’t sell to Trump at home-fans-now price is $100G low

A Northern California home, which was listed on the market for $625,000 earlier this year, has been reinstated with a much lower price.

A California woman sale refuses to, can have the home of your family to a trump trailer, cost you more than $100,000.

The woman to sell, the rejection of the home can Trump supporters cost you bigly https://t.co/ahR9B78VpD pic.twitter.com/WcDOCCD4LK

— SFGate (@SFGate) August 25, 2018

In March, the woman, placed her Sacramento-area home on the market for $625,000 with one condition: The buyer does not have to be a trump card trailer. Later, the house took from the market for reasons that were not clear.

But now the two-bedroom, two-bath home is sold for less than $500,000, to some, whether or not the significantly lower price is all in connection with the no-Trump supporters, the San Francisco Chronicle reported demand.

The original display, said Trump behind men need not apply, had some questions of their legality. The Fair Housing Act, prohibits race, religion, gender and national original (among other classifications) of the consideration in a transaction, but makes no mention of political affiliation. But a lawyer claimed that the condition was a violation of a potential buyer of First Amendment rights.

The woman was still convinced, telling CBS Sacramento: “If you’re talking about, principles, morals and ethics, it is very, very deep.”

Now home to the most current list is under a different real estate agents and makes no mention of any special “restrictions,” the Sacramento Bee reported.

To do Ryan Lundquist, a real estate blogger who first mentioned the proposed sale on Twitter on Thursday that had been reduced in price with the initial asking price is too high as a reaction to the woman’s demand.

“[I]t looks like it was priced how it was rebuilt, if it really was,” Lundquist, the bee said, adding: “I have never had a buyer who said, ‘I will only buy if the seller have for Bernie (Sanders).’ … People simply do not say.”

Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.

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