Miami Rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa Bought This New House In South Florida
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Miami Dolphins number one pick, Tua Tagovailoa, spent some of that signing bonus on a $1.65 million, 5,200-square foot home in Davie, Fla. The house reportedly includes six bedrooms and 4.5 baths with a pool...

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We all have to start somewhere.
Reply2 months
For 1.65 million i'll build a house three times that nice
Reply2 months
It sucks that he had to take such a huge pay cut after leaving Alabama
Reply2 months
tua turndaballova
Reply2 months
He likes all that glass.....
Reply2 months
It reminds him of his legs.
2 months
he overpaid!!
Reply2 months
That seems like a lot of house for 1.65 million in Miami. Time to sell the farm.
Reply2 months
That's just the house for his immediate family, the rest from Samoa will need several more, nearby. Large rooms for large people.
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I know $1.65 isn't chump change but it is less than 10% of his signing bonus. And while real estate can depreciate, it's unlikely. So in that sense, kuddos to him for actually being fairly frugal (especially since the whole family is gonna live there sans the black sheep kid left to rot in Maryland)
Reply2 months
My house is nicer than that dump!
Reply2 months
Mine, too and it's not even close!
2 months
1.65 is pretty frugal for his income.
Reply2 months
Step down from what Santa Nick gave them.
Reply2 months
He might want to save that money for a hip.
Reply2 months
Which “privilege” does he get to claim?
Reply2 months
Samoan.
2 months
What does that kid need a 6 BR house for? Get a high end 2 BR condo on the beach.
Reply2 months
I'm sure his family will all be living with him. His dad needs to keep an eye (or a fist) on him.
2 months
daddy gotta be the leech that he is
2 months
Soon as I saw this story/thread I wondered about size because you know the the whole family will be living there.
2 months
Why do this before playing one snap?
Reply2 months
Should he live at a homeless shelter until his first snap?
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think of it as an investment! he'll be on the phone with the real estate agent immediately after the first snap to satisfy you.
2 months
Probably should have rented.
Reply2 months
Will be a good place to rehab the injuries
Reply2 months
Hope he has plenty of Lloyd's on that hip
Reply2 months
Property taxes last year were almost $41k.
Reply2 months
2% in Broward County.
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