Home flippers reap profits, but tighter supply, rising prices and more competition threaten future rewards

Rob Neidlinger is one of the most active home flippers in Cumberland County. Neidlinger, a Realtor with the Heather Neidlinger team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty said he averaged about $20,000 per flip last year. - (Photo / Amy Spangler)

As rising demand from buyers pushes up home prices, the number of people flipping houses in the U.S. has hit a 10-year high.

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