Did The Obama Family Just Buy The ‘Magnum P.I.’ House In Hawaii?
The Hawaii beachfront home used in the filming of the 80s the television show “Magnum P.I.” has been sold for $8.7 million.
The buyer is a lawyer from Chicago who just happens to be good friends with Barack Obama.
The three-acre property is next to the town where the Obama family has spent the winter holidays in recent years. Rumors around the town are that the Obama family may be moving in after a transaction that involves a lot of moving pieces, associates of the president’s, and non-disclosure agreements.
Always Investigating reviewed the deed and mortgage and found the buyer is an LLC called Waimanalo Paradise, set up just last month, whose mailing address and contact is Obama donor and Chicago lawyer Seth Madorsky.
The deed and the mortgage are signed by a person with the same name, Judy Grimanis, as an executive assistant at a Chicago-based private capital firm run by Obama’s longtime friend and frequent Hawaii golf and travel partner Marty Nesbitt. It is also the same name of a person who worked for prominent Obama fundraiser Penny Pritzker’s companies.