Michael Jordan Postpones The Auction Of His 'Legend Point' Estate

Michael Jordan's Home in Chicago.  Photo: Concierge Auctions.
Michael Jordan is trying to sell his Chicago home.  He first put the property up for sale (starting with a $29 million price tag and eventually lowering the price to $21 million), but ultimately pulled the listing off of the market.  He now plans to sell to the highest bidder at auction.  The auction was originaly scheduled for today, but got postponed until December 16th.

"The interest has been even stronger than we anticipated," stated Laura Brady, President of Concierge Auctions, the team leading this sale. "While many bidders are already financially qualified and registered, others requested more time to visit the property and consider the purchase. In the best interest of our client, we agreed to extend the auction date in order to allow them to do so."

Check out more photos of MJ's enormous estate here.

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