Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in Greenwich?

Regis Philbin waves goodbye during the final episode of Live with Regis and Kelly in 2011. (Brendan McDermid / Reuters)
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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE R egis Philbin used to be associated with the question, “Who wants to be a millionaire?” But there is a new question in his life: “What kind of a millionaire wants to live in Greenwich, Conn.?”

Not Regis Philbin.

Philbin has just sold his family’s home in Greenwich for 36 percent less than he paid for it a decade ago, representing a multi-million-dollar loss. The Philbins are, as the Wall Street Journal put it, “the latest victims of a brutal Greenwich market.”

It is a rarefied kind of brutality, of course. There are very few houses for sale in Greenwich for less than $1 million,

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