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Wholesale home flippers don’t hold real estate licenses, making it difficult for regulators to crack down on the practice. (Getty)
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‘Wholesaler’ home flippers prompt new regulations

A new kind of house flipper has infiltrated low-income neighborhoods, prompting local governments and agencies to enact more restrictive...

‘Wholesaler’ home flippers prompt new regulations
Flipping the switch on home flipping
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Flipping the switch on home flipping

For former Keller Williams agent Parish Pradhan, home flipping started as a side gig in 2014. That’s when he and a few buddies pooled their money to buy, rehab and flip a single-family home...

Flipping the switch on home flipping
Flipping the switch on home flipping
Issue

Flipping the switch on home flipping

For former Keller Williams agent Parish Pradhan, home flipping started as a side gig in 2014. That’s when he and a few buddies pooled their money to buy, rehab and flip a single-family home...

Flipping the switch on home flipping
Home flips are back with a vengeance

Home flips are back with a vengeance

Flipping houses was more popular in the U.S. last year than at any point since the now infamous real estate bubble of the 2000s. A report from Attom Data Solutions found that investors flipped...

Home flips are back with a vengeance
Ian Reisner lists 230 CPS pad for $12M

Ian Reisner lists 230 CPS pad for $12M

Just don’t call him a flip-flopper. Ian Reisner, owner of the city’s first gay hotel and Ted Cruz donor (!), listed his penthouse at 230 Central Park South for $11.9 million – a steep markup...

Ian Reisner lists 230 CPS pad for $12M
SteveWitkoff150Charles

Buyers at Witkoff’s 150 Charles flipping condos

It took just 12 weeks for developer Steve Witkoff to sell out 150 Charles when the 91-unit West Village...

Buyers at Witkoff’s 150 Charles flipping condos

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