Since leaving office in January, sales of former President Donald Trump’s branded properties have skyrocketed, according to a new report. This can be attributed to comparatively lower prices applied to many of his high-rise towers across the country, according to Realtor. In the past year alone, the number of sales surrounding the roughly two dozen properties listed on the Trump Organization‘s website jumped 72%, Realtor’s analysis found. Meanwhile, the average prices for these properties, mostly condos, have fallen nearly 24% since 2016 — when Trump first entered the political arena. It’s a sharp contrast when considering that condo prices overall jumped 38% over the past four years, while Trump condos dropped 30%, the report said. New York City alone has become bargain central for units at the Trump Tower, Realtor found. One example comes from crisis publicist and reputation management pro Josh Nass, who paid $1.8 million for a Trump Tower pad in an all-cash deal this month. The same unit sold for $2.3 million in 2006. The Trump name has become a hot ticket in his former, deeply Democratic hometown overall, too, Realtor noted.