HomeUnion says it's now providing investors with tools to buy and manage single-family homes in 10 cities with the addition of Birmingham, Alabama, to its list of "active" investment markets. Launched last May in 15 markets, HomeUnion says it can help smaller investors compete with institutional giants by looking beyond their own backyards to buy and manage bargain-priced rental properties from afar. The company acts as a broker in each of its markets, employing salaried real estate agents to find and bid on properties on behalf of clients. James Thornton In Birmingham, James Thornton -- a former Exit Realty broker-owner who most recently was chief operating officer for Avast Realty -- will serve as HomeUnion's investment location manager, overseeing a network of property manager...
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