Cardone Capital’s Grant Cardone has decided to transfer $500 million of real estate investments from New York to Florida after former President Donald Trump received a reprieve from New York state authorities on Monday. An appeals court agreed to block the seizure of his assets and reduced the required bond from $454 million to $175 million, with an extended deadline for payment.

Trump’s initial deadline to post bond was midnight Monday as he faces a civil fraud conviction for overstating his net worth and the value of his assets. Trump’s lawyers cited the difficulty of finding a surety company willing to cover the bond without him putting up more than $557 million in cash. The appeals court’s ruling gives Trump an additional 10 days to secure the funds, sending shares of Digital World Acquisition Corp. (DVAC), the SPAC behind Trump Media & Technology Group’s listing on the stock market, soaring.

The merger involving DVAC values Trump’s stake in Truth Social at about $3.3 billion. The situation is still evolving, so stay tuned for further updates on this issue.

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