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According to the publication South Florida Real Estate, San Diego-based motivational speaker Anthony (Tony) Robbins, has bought a $24.75 million Palm Beach home, "according to several sources." The home that the self-styled purveyor of inner peace has bought has six bedrooms, seven full and four half baths, a pool, media room, wine cellar, and club room in 12,124 square feet of living space. The home was built last year.

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tomjohnston: More details sometimes help blog items. Thanks for sending. Best, Don Bauder

April 20, 2013

Robbins is probably moving from California to Florida like Phil Mickelstiff to cut his taxes. Robbins is a wool merchant who earns his living fleecing his flock. Robbins had to shear a lot of sheep to earn $25 million to buy that house.

April 20, 2013

Burwell: It's a logical assumption that Robbins wants to avoid California taxes. But we don't know if this is a second home or a permanent one, if indeed he is buying it. He also has an extensive organization in San Diego. Would he move it? Best, Don Bauder

April 20, 2013

Over 12,000 square feet? That's a lot of "inner peace".

April 20, 2013

aardvark: Well, if you can shell out $25 million for a home, you probably have some inner peace -- or a pile of debt. Best, Don Bauder

April 20, 2013

Don: Or at least some inner peace at someone else's expense.

April 20, 2013

aardvark: Amen to that. How many people got their feet burned walking across hot coals? Best, Don Bauder

April 20, 2013

Now he can keep his mansion when he files for bankruptcy. Florida homestead laws are so favorable for crooks.

April 21, 2013

Ponzi: People move to Florida to escape taxes and also hide their assets in gigantic homes when they go BK because of that homestead law. Remember O.J. Simpson? Florida, Delaware, Nevada and Utah have laws and court systems set up to protect business wrongdoers. That's one reason why so many crooks wind up in Nevada and Florida, in particular. Best, Don Bauder

April 21, 2013

We all remember OJ. But Florida and Nevada didn't help him avoid the day of reckoning. He's now in the slammer for a long time, and he won't be enjoying his properties until he's very old, if ever.

April 22, 2013

Visduh: True, but he's in the slammer for a second crime, not the first murder. He moved to Florida to protect his assets before he committed the second one. I'm pretty sure of that. Best, Don Bauder

April 22, 2013

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