A Curious Case on Case Street
Don’t fall victim to house-selling scams. You see the signs stapled to hydro poles around the city, or you receive cute “handwritten” notes explaining the benefits of not using realtors when selling your home. It is enticing. You “save the commission.” Quick closing offered any condition and anywhere. Just Call Mindy or Kandy. They will sort it out for you. 26 Case was listed on MLS on February 7th, 2021, for $299,000. It sold a week later, in a multiple offer situation, on February 15th, for a miraculous $550,000. The house was in “original” condition, and not a penny was spent on upgrading it. Cash House Buyer Inc. stole 325,000 from the previous owner. What’s even more pathetic? Shortly after, featured in The Hamilton Spectator as saviours of run-down homes and master renovators. All in their all-too-skinny pants and goatees meant to show intellect. Suppose you find yourself in a situation where you are in a panic and hurried to sell. In that case, there is no better place to expose your home than the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and avoid a house-selling scam.