Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr and his wife signed mortgage documents and affidavits in 2016, and again this year, in which they represented that the home they have owned in the Glover Park section of Washington, DC since 1992 is their primary residence, according to District of Columbia property records.
Glover Park is a neighborhood in the Northwest section of the capitol that is home to several embassies. The Pallone residence is .6 of a mile from the U.S. Naval Observatory (Vice President’s residence) and .3 of a mile from the Russian Embassy. The home, situated across the street from a park, is valued at $880,000, according to zillow and trulia.
The Pallones also own a home in Long Branch, NJ, since 1996, according to the Monmouth County Clerk’s website. The congressman also co-owns four properties in Long Branch with his brother John, the mayor of the City.
The Pallones and their children are registered to vote in Long Branch. They have two cars registered at their Long Branch address. The kids’ social media profiles indicate that they live in Washington and received their primary educations there.
First elected to the House of Representatives 30 years ago, Pallone is now seeking his 16th term in Washington. Unlike his mortgage documents, the congressman’s official biography says he resides in Long Branch, which by law, he must in order to represent the district.