Hank Paulson Tests the Housing Market


Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner endured plenty of ridicule when he put his suburban New York, home on the market in 2007 and it didn't sell. (Example: this Daily Show segment.) Geithner's real estate quandary became a popular data point in the housing collapse. Will his predecessor, Hank Paulson, fare better? We'll see. Paulson has just listed his DC mansion for sale at a cool $4.6 million.

Want to ogle his place? Virtual tour here.