Ludlow condo among holdings of company linked to Sean Hannity

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Hannity's real estate attorney Christopher Reeve said his client's property holdings were "highly confidential" and not relevant to the public.

Calling the report an "attack", the Fox News personality sought to deny any wrongdoing after it was revealed that he's the owner behind a string of shell companies that have purchased at least $90 million worth of mostly foreclosed properties dating back to the Obama administration.

Last week, Fox News said it was standing behind Hannity, while admitting it was "surprised to hear of his link to Cohen".

Some of the most expensive properties are two holdings in Georgia, which were purchased for $22.7 million, using money from HUD. Numerous properties were bought at discounts in 2013 after foreclosures, and others were bought with funding help from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Guardian said, citing public records.

Documents filed in Michael Cohen's court case have revealed that his client and Fox News host Sean Hannity has quietly amassed a real estate portfolio spanning almost 900 residential units across several states.

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Swaine noted that Hannity's investment strategy was "confirmed by thousands of pages of public records reviewed by the Guardian", but later in the article wrote, "A Hud source said Hannity was identified in non-public filings as the 100% owner of the apartment complexes".

Hannity is the top-rated prime-time anchor on Fox News, typically drawing more than 3 million viewers a night, and is television's most outspoken supporter of the Trump administration. Hannity has acquired hundreds of properties, using shell companies, across the USA over the last decade. "Michael knows real estate". The shell companies formed in Georgia reportedly purchased properties in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Texas and Vermont.

"It is ironic that I am being attacked for investing my personal money in communities that badly need such investment and in which, I am sure, those attacking me have not invested their money", Hannity said.

The article appeared to be making a case out of the fact that Hannity's loan guarantees from 2014 were not revealed in an interview previous year with HUD Secretary Ben Carson, despite the original date falling under the Obama administration. "I can say that every rigorous process and strict standard of improvement requirements were followed; all were met, fulfilled and inspected". "Mr. Hannity is no different".