Binh duongs real property fell into her hands.
The property is listed as a residential property and the property is currently worth $2 million.
But the property has a mortgage of $500,000.
According to the report, Binh has also been selling the property and making money from the sale.
This has raised questions in the real estate market.
The Binh’s family is wealthy.
She owns two homes in the area and the Binhs own several properties in the surrounding area.
According the report:The Binhs own a home in the West End of Miami, and they also own properties in nearby Palm Beach and in Florida.
But these properties are now worth only $2.5 million and $2,000 each, according to the government.
The other properties in Miami are worth $3 million.
The Binhs are also making money through the sale of their homes.
The report said the Binhals have sold four properties in Coral Gables, and three properties in Lake Worth, Florida, and another property in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The properties are valued at between $2 and $3.5M.
They also own an office building in Miami called the Binhuis, which is worth $1.8 million.
The building is currently listed for sale.
The government also found that Binh and her husband had purchased land in Miami, Florida for $3,000 a piece.
This was not disclosed in the report.
This land is valued at $1,000,000 to $2m.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, it is illegal for Binh to use her real estate to benefit her personal or family finances.
In the past, BinH has had to pay back taxes on properties she sold, the report said.
The couple was not immediately available for comment.
The report is a result of the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General, which reviewed a criminal complaint against Binh in 2016.
The investigation also found problems with her financial records.
The government’s report said Binh did not file a tax return in the 2016 fiscal year, the same year that the report was prepared.
The OIG also said BinH used funds to pay her legal fees, and she was unable to provide proof of her income from the business.