Dan Maffei is moving – here are 6 Star Wars neighborhoods that might interest him Ian Prior | May 9th, 2013
According to the Syracuse Post-Standard, Dan Maffei is in the market for a new home. If he feels that Pentagon City just isn’t cutting it for him anymore, here are a few other neighborhoods that may interest him.
Median property value: $106,000
Recommended Realtor: Greedo
Pros: Sunshine, diverse population, great cantinas and music.
Cons: High crime rate, giant man-eating pits, Jawas.
Ideal for single bounty hunters and alien musicians.
Median property value: $56,000
Recommended Realtor: Dak Ralter
Pros: Plenty of skiing, abandoned military base could be rezoned for commercial use, ion cannon.
Cons: Deathly cold, Wampas on the loose, some believe there may be ghosts on the planet.
Perfect for the winter sports enthusiast, tauntaun riders, and wampa hunters.
Median property value: $120,000
Recommended Realtor: Ben Kenobi’s ghost
Pros: Excellent school system, unpolluted, quick commute to Cloud City.
Cons: Parking is a nightmare, not droid friendly, also may be haunted.
Great place for families with children, Jedis, and earthy types.
4. Cloud City
Median property value: $850,000
Recommended Realtor: Boba Fett
Pros: Phenomenal views, excellent city government, growing economy.
Cons: Residents concerned with earthquakes of Bespin.
The best in skyside living with views to freeze in carbonite for.
Median property value: $350,000
Recommended Realtor: Chief Chirpa
Pros: Pet-friendly, comfortable village living, great camping and hiking.
Cons: Ewoks can be a bit pushy, located under a giant fully functional Death Star.
A nature lover’s paradise and filled with Ewok parks.
Median property value: $1.6 million
Recommended Realtor: Count Dooku
Pros: Located at the center of the galaxy, perfect climate, excellent pizza.
Cons: Filled with out-of-touch bureaucrats, seedy underworld culture, undergoing regime change.
Booming city planet that is reaping benefits from the unprecedented growth of the intergalactic bureaucracy.