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Column: Beware of Real Estate Wholesalers

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Over the last few years, the volume of real estate wholesalers has increased substantially. The average consumer should be cautious when working with this group. Wholesalers are not flippers. 

People who flip property buy it cheap, fix it up and then sell for a profit. Buyers should be wary...

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  1. There ia a need for state legislation to correct such underhanded practices. On the federal level, Congress should work to limit the hedge fund short-selling scam, before the market powers erect any more free trade barriers which enable the billionaire con artists.

    • I agree completely. There is a reason why 99% of transactions involve licensed professionals that are bound to a code of ethics. I have seen so many people get taken advantage of lately by these wholesalers. It’s crazy.

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