For many who’ve caught the homebuying bug, the reality is that a fixer upper might be your only way into today’s hot market. With housing prices on the rise, buying a home already seems pretty insane -- especially in cities like Los Angeles, where the average home goes for $515,000. When I bought my home with Open Listings in September 2016, I knew that I’d need not only OL’s 50% commission refund to help cover
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Way less shitty Shitty Listings is an incredibly useful tool for real estate investors and renovators. It algorithmically scours the market for fixers, distressed properties, and residential investment opportunities throughout California. It finds listings the moment they come on the market saving you countless hours searching the MLS. Currently there are over 3,000+ active properties for sale and it adds 50–100 new listings each day. We made a few key improvements and further integrated the site with openlistings.