Comptroller says Olmert house deal is 'reasonable'

State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss ruled on Wednesday that the price that Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert pays for renting his Jerusalem home, and the price that he sold it for were both "reasonable." Olmert sold the home for NIS 2.7 million to American billionaire Daniel Abraham. Lindenstrauss noted in his report that the only aspect of Olmert's dealings with Abraham that he investigated were related to the selling and renting out of the home.