An American billionaire buys a village in Texas for a strange reason

According to the latest census data, American billionaire Mark Cuban bought the entire Texas village of Mustang, which has a population of 21. But the strange thing is the reason for this deal, since his friend needs to sell this village.

Mark Cuban is an American businessman and investor, author, film producer, star , official owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA basketball team and network owner of cinema Landmark. Specialized in independent and foreign films, Magnolia Pictures Distribution, Inc., and serves as President of HDTV AXS Television Network.

“I don’t know what I’m going to do with this city,” Cuban told the Dallas Morning News. And if Cuban finds himself safe from his luck along the lines of Chet’s Creek, it’s good to know that he will have his own little village and a bunch of clowns to welcome him.

Mustang Village is an empty 77-acre lot for Cubans. The city was founded in the early 1970s, when it was known primarily as a local watering hole in the arid province of Navarro, according to the paper.

These days there is little more than a trailer park and a nightclub club, but it is in ruin. On Friday, Google Maps showed that the name of the club had been changed in “Marc Cobaret”.

Mike Turner, a Dallas real estate agent, said the village is also home to a resident alligator in one of its ponds.

It is unclear how much the Cuban paid for the purchase of this village, but for someone with a net worth of around $ 6 billion. The city was reportedly put down in sold in 2017 for $ 4 million, but Turner said it was overpriced, even though they halved the list price.

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