Pro flippers increase the purchase price on their trustee deed when recording it.

According to, the winning bid on this house was $1,014,000.  But when you look at the tax rolls, the recorded trustee deed says $1,114,000.  It’s done to narrow the gap between purchase price and flip price and, as a result, soften the buyer’s objection to the profit being made by the flipper:

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