Billionaire tells Americans to live some-more modestly

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After drifting to Davos in a private jet with his wife, kids and dual nannies, billionaire Jeff Greene, who amassed a happening betting opposite subprime debt securities, is lecturing a rest of us to live some-more modestly.

“America’s lifestyle expectations are distant too high and need to be practiced so we have reduction things and a smaller, improved existence,” Coral Gables owner Greene told Bloomberg News during a World Economic Forum, adding, “We need to reinvent a whole complement of life.”

Greene’s mega-yacht, SummerwindPhoto: Peter Andrew Bosch

That’s abounding from a male who owns one of a many costly residential listings in a country, a $195 million, 53,000-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion, Palazzo di Amore, with 23 bathrooms, a bowling alley and a disco with a 10,000-crystal chandelier.

He married Mei Sze Chan there in 2007, with Mike Tyson famously as best man. But they never changed in, and rented a place out since they live in Palm Beach, where they bought a $24 million palace in 2011.

Greene, whose net value is $3 billion, also owns a $12.5 million Malibu mansion, and a 55-acre estate nearby Sag Harbor pronounced to exaggerate 3 docks and 5 apart houses purchased in 2011 for $36 million.

And while we’re on a theme of “less things,” there’s also Greene’s mega-yacht, Summerwind.

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