Jimmy Dimora's House Will Hit Market in Six Months

Jimmy Dimora's Independence home will hit the market in six months, according to a deal cut with the federal government. In that time, Jimmy will continue trying to appeal his case (likely to no avail, given precedence here) and his wife will continue to live there. 

If an appeal does succeed, the sale will be off the table.

But outside of that event, Jimmy's Forestwood Drive home — valued at some $440,000 — will be up for sale. Half of the purchase price will go to the federal government. 

A few years back, we disguised ourselves as greedy contractors working on Jimmy's tiki bar and outdoor pizza oven and took a quick photo of his backyard, giving jilted constituents a look at what their money had purchased:


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Eric Sandy is an award-winning Cleveland-based journalist. For a while, he was the managing editor of Scene. He now contributes jam band features every now and then.
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