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04 April 2017 CNBC.com
Real estate mogul Sean Conlon has seen every type of neighborhood. As a child, he lived in a 1,000-square-foot house with his family of seven in the small town of Rathangan in County Kildare, Ireland. In 1990, Conlon moved to Chicago with $500 dollars and took a job as an assistant janitor... [Read More]
04 April 2017 chicagonow.com
3730 N Claremont before rennovation About a year ago I was approached by a TV producer who wanted to know if I had any clients that were trying to flip a home in Chicago but were in deep trouble on their project and... [Read More]
01 April 2017 latimes.com
Baseball, basketball, football? Professional sports figures account for a fair chunk of the notable names to make this week’s roundup. But there are also some things for music lovers and that rare bird — the weather geek. Once you’re done checking out these star-studded transactions, visit and... [Read More]
30 March 2017 CNBC
When it comes to developing properties, definitely sweat the small stuff. As real estate mogul and host of CNBC's "The Deed" Sidney Torres says, "small detailed stuff like under-counter lighting and closets really helps buyers get over the fact that [the property] might be a little over-priced... [Read More]
30 March 2017 Leinster Leader
Kildare's Sean Conlon had a busy day yesterday, ringing the Nasdaq bell in New York and undertaking press work prior to the premier of his TV show, The Deed:Chicago. Due to air on CNBC in America last night, the programme was screened in the early hours of the morning Irish time. The primetime... [Read More]
29 March 2017 CNBC
Sean Conlon, the star of CNBC's "The Deed: Chicago," discusses how he approaches the business of house-flipping with CNBC's "Squawk Box."
29 March 2017 CNBC
Ringing today's opening bells are Sean Conlon, the star of CNBC's "The Deed: Chicago,' at the Nasdaq, and Stewart Information Services, at the NYSE.
29 March 2017 CNBC
Sean Conlon of "The Deed" gives advice for first-time house flippers ahead of tonight's premiere.
29 March 2017 Zimbio
Sean Conlon of CNBC's New Primetime Original Series "The Deed: Chicago" visits at NASDAQ on March 29, 2017 in New York City. View Photostream on Zimbio.com
29 March 2017 CNBC
When you can buy a front door from Home Depot for $187, it may seem extravagant to spend $16,500. But real estate mogul Sean Conlon says a door can be $16,500 well spent. In the debut episode of CNBC's "The Deed: Chicago," Conlon helps a completely overwhelmed novice house-flipper rescue a... [Read More]

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