From the April issue: New York City real estate developer John Zaccaro, who was also the husband of vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro, made an emotional appeal 27 years ago this month to keep his real estate broker’s license. The appeal came after Zaccaro admitted he attempted to defraud a mortgage broker two years earlier. Click here to read these stories and more.
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