Here’s a flipper who was foiled in the act.

A realtor had listed this house in June, noting that it was a short-sale flip in progress. They had arranged (conspired) with the seller to submit to the existing lender a short sale package at a lower price, and then listed it on the MLS for $598,321 before the short sale was approved – intending to pocket the difference.

Instead, the bank foreclosed on them:

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