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"High-Risk" Online House-Flipper Flops

  • After two years of a red-hot housing market, things are cooling off fast.

  • Our Stock Power Ratings system helps you get ahead of the news to find stocks to buy … and ones to stay away from.

  • Today’s Stock to Avoid is an online homebuying platform that rates a horrific 1 out of 100 on our proprietary system.

The average mortgage rate for a new home was 3% in 2020, according to the National Association of Realtors.

Thanks to inflation and the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes, that average has doubled to 6% today, the highest we’ve seen since 2008!

Higher interest rates cost millions of Americans the opportunity to buy a new home.

This trend has hit one company hard.

Today’s Stock to Avoid allows prospective buyers to use the app to search, make offers and buy new homes.  

Click here or on the image below to find out more!

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