Announcing: The 2012 Presidential Houseoff

Barack Obama's Chicago home vs. Mitt Romney's New Hampshire home.

Pompano Beach, FL, September 16, 2012 --( is a different kind of real estate website that focuses on both home news and entertainment. They cover home and condo sales data and trends, but also celebrity homes, beach homes, ski homes, golf homes, spectacular homes and a weekly Top 10 Hot Homes list. Their features have been covered by a number of major media.

The motto at is “Real Estate is Never Boring” so the real estate website decided to have some fun with the presidential election. Robert Walsh, project director for explained today, “Enough with the polls, the spin, accusations, flip flops and non-stop commercials. Let's skip all the nonsense and get down to what's really important. Which candidate has the nicest home? Now, people can show their support for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, help predict the election winner, and have some fun at the same time.”

According to Walsh, both presidential candidates own a beautiful home – or, in Mitt's case, several beautiful homes. Surely the candidates' choices of their personal home(s) should be an important part of the election debate. will let the voters decide the 2012 election based on their favorite home – Obama's Georgian revival home in Chicago purchased in 2005 for $1.65 million, or Romney's New Hampshire lake house bought in 1997 for $3 million.

Guarantee: will predict the results of the 2012 election based on the Presidential Houseoff voting results on November 5th - the day before the election.

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Walsh said that the contest will help to bring some sanity to the final weeks of the election. Instead of constant worry and countless hours checking the most recent polls, people can now vote everyday for their favorite candidate's home and know instantaneously who is ahead in the election. Walsh promises that their website will have the results of the Obama/Romney race before any other media.

People can see and vote for the Obama or Romney home at Walsh encourages everyone to vote early and vote often. features are free to media outlets for publication.
Robert Walsh