Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, are going to be neighbors with President Barack Obama when he moves out of the White House.
The soon-to-be first daughter and her husband will be moving into the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C., the Washingtonian reported. They will live just two blocks away from a home the Obamas purchased to live in post-presidency.
According to multiple real estate insiders, the six-bedroom home on Tracy Place was sold for $5.5 million on Dec. 22. It is unclear if Ivanka and her husband bought the home, or if they are renting the home from a buyer.
Washington Fine Properties orchestrated the deal, which will place Ivanka and Kushner just a short three-minute walk away for the Obamas future residence. They will also live near several embassies, and be close to Rock Creek Park, The Daily Caller reported.
This isn't the first big deal for Washington Fine Properties. The brokerage was on both sides of the deal for a $12 million home purchased by Commerce Secretary nominee Wilbur Ross. Treasury Secretary pick Steven Mnuchin also bought a home in Washington with the help of the firm.