Real estate tycoon Donald Trump is planning to buy the Biltup estate in Sedona, Arizona, for $6.6 million and the B&B hotel and condominium in Phoenix for $4.4 million, according to documents filed Wednesday with the Arizona Supreme Court.
The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Trump’s deal with the B &b has drawn criticism for being an investment in a hotel and hotel condominiums, not real estate.
The Biltups’ sale price of $4 million would represent a drop from their $8 million asking price in the spring of 2018.
Trump, who has been outspoken in his criticism of the federal government and federal judges, has also expressed support for the Keystone XL Pipeline.
The president-elect has also repeatedly called for a crackdown on illegal immigration.
Trump told The New York Times in October that he would like to buy an “entire building” and “a whole lot of stuff.”
“I want the building to be a beautiful building, and I want a lot of money,” Trump told the newspaper.
“I’m looking at a lot.”
The real estate deals come as the Trump Organization continues to struggle to fill vacancies for some of its employees.
The company said last week that it was hiring for about 1,500 jobs, and that it will be hiring more than 200 people a week.
Trump has also been embroiled in lawsuits over alleged conflicts of interest and conflicts of laws.