The Trump campaign announced this week that it is closing a real estate deal to buy a vacant lot in Palm Beach, Florida, the Trump Motorhome alder.

According to the Palm Beach Post, the “deal is valued at $300,000, a sum that includes an $11,500 down payment on a $1.8 million home that has been the subject of a federal foreclosure.

The Trump organization said that the Trump Organization will begin building the new home, which it described as “a brand-new Trump Motor Home with all of the amenities of a modern luxury home, including a spa, gym, indoor pool, and private elevator, in the heart of Palm Beach.”

The Trump Organization has been in foreclosure negotiations with the Palm Beachers since October, and has said it wants to sell to a bank to pay for the project.

But, according to the paper, the property has already attracted the attention of local and national foreclosure groups.

The property is located in the Palm Harbor neighborhood, which has a large population of single people, and the Trump organization is hoping to attract buyers from the area to help pay for their new home.

The land, which was acquired in 2009, is valued between $350,000 and $400,000. “

Trump Motorhome owners who apply and meet all other criteria will be considered, but we have no plans to include anyone who has previously applied,” the Palm beach Post wrote.

The land, which was acquired in 2009, is valued between $350,000 and $400,000.

According a Facebook page set up by Save The Motor Home, more than 2,000 people have applied to purchase the property, but the group has yet to receive any offers.

One of the groups leaders, John Stokes, told the Palmbeach Post that the campaign was “going to continue to work to get as many homes on the market as possible.”

The group’s Facebook page said that it was also looking for new real estate investors who could help raise funds for the construction of the new property.

“The only people who are getting in on this are the real estate industry’s real estate developers, the realtors, the buyers,” Stokes told the Post.

“We’re going to continue working to get the Trump home in the hands of the community.”

The property’s location in the same neighborhood as Trump Tower has sparked some concern about whether or not the realtor was being paid to “sell” the property.

However, the owner of the Trump brand, the president, has not been a party to any real estate transactions.

The real estate company that owns the Trump motorhome, the Florida Realty Trust, has declined to comment on the issue.

The Palm Beach Business Journal reported that Trump has been renting out his property for years to wealthy investors who are reportedly worth more than $4 billion.

The Real Estate Board of Palm Beaches has said that any buyer would have to be willing to pay at least $1 million to get their property appraised.

The group has not responded to requests for comment.