Sarah Palin has confirmed that she is part of a limited liability company that has purchased a home in north Scottsdale.
"No, we haven't moved from Alaska, but Safari Investments has invested in property in Arizona," the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee told Greta Van Susteren in an interview that aired Tuesday night on Van Susteren's Fox News Channel program. "You know, many, many Alaskans purchase property in Arizona, Nevada and Texas. And I think we do that because not only are we good investors, and it's a buyer's market, but we like to thaw out once in a while. Safari Investments, which we are part of, has some property in Arizona now."
Palin did not elaborate on the location of the property or reveal any other details and Van Susteren did not follow-up.
AZ/DC and azcentral.com reported May 21 on speculation that Palin and her husband Todd Palin formed Safari Investments LLC earlier this month to spend $1.695 million cash on an 8,000-square-foot, dark-brown-stucco luxury home in north Scottsdale. High-profile home buyers frequently buy homes through LLCs to protect their privacy.
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