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How are fix-and-flippers typically financing their buys?

Some believe house flipping is a fad. It’s anything but that. Not only is flipping homes for a profit a growing industry, but it is exceedingly popular on cable television, where more than half dozen prime-time flipping shows feature quick-turn real estate investors. Americans -- it seems -- can’t get enough of flipping shows. And the growing number of flippers bears this out...
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