People from Hudzu bid against you if sell price is not where they want the house to go at. They try to hide major problems with the house. I have seen this in person. I was bidding on a house. On one visit I looked into the well head. You could see the pump the pressure tank. Looking closer you could see the pipes were split from being frozen. After a bidding war with Hudzu workers the house was under contract ( as they say but not really) this has happened 3 times and it goes back on auction. I went back to look at the house. Looked into the well head. They filled in well head with sand right over pump and the cracked pipes. The pump can not run with sand over it. So beware of this company!
They are forcing the price to sell at $300,000 instead of $195,000. If you look at the numbers they can afford to pay the taxes on the house for a year or 2 at less than $4000 a year. At a higher sell price they make up taxes.
Since they have control of the bidding if they don't like the sell price Hudzu will bid against you to push the price up. They will win the bidding. Say the house is under contract and the next month it will go back on the market.
The house I was bidding on this has happened 3 times with them trying to hide the frozen pipes the last go around.