Although the president's digs aren't for sale, Zillow has estimated the price of the quarters at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in today's real estate market.
At 55,000 square feet, there's nothing humble about the White House.
With 16 bedrooms and 35 bathrooms, the White House was completed in 1800 at a cost of $232,372.
No, it's not for sale, so everyone stand down.
But Americans with questions about housing policy can address them to President Barack Obama via a virtual Zillow roundtable on Wednesday.
Titled "A Better Bargain for Responsible Homeowners," the event at 1 p.m. EST will be moderated by Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff and will take place a day after Obama's housing policy speech in Phoenix.
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There are three ways to submit questions using the #AskObamaHousing hashtag:
• Video: You can submit a short video of your question on YouTube, Instagram or Vine. You can also share your video on Twitter or Facebook using the #AskObamaHousing hashtag.
• Facebook: Submit a question via Zillow's Facebook page: facebook.com/Zillow.
• Twitter: Tweet a question to @Zillow using the #AskObamaHousing hashtag.
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