Realtors Object To Person Picking Up Trash They Leave Out

I’d buy the man a cup of coffee to move the open house signs that block the sidewalks.

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The Sheriff’s Office did not release the name of the man taking brochures because of the ongoing investigation and because taking the brochures isn’t a crime, Baldwin said.

“He has some personal beliefs he is pursuing,” said Sgt. Dee Baldwin. “We want the behavior stopped.”

The man is taking brochures from publicly accessible listing locations, Baldwin said, which means it isn’t considered a crime. It would be considered a crime if he was cited for trespassing. The man would have to return to a property after receiving a warning from deputies that he can’t be there, and the homeowner or real estate agent at the property would need to want to press charges.

The man told deputies that he expects to stop taking brochures Oct. 1, according to Baldwin.

Realtors Object To Person Picking Up Trash They Leave Out

After That Whole Mortgage Crisis Thing, You’d Think Someone Would Learn

Are they still nudging people to lie on applications?
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Better places can be found for $465,000

A Florida couple has filed a lawsuit alleging two local real estate professionals conspired to enlist them in a fraudulent home loan to secure a house in Pacific Grove.

Seemingly backed up with tape-recorded evidence, the couple claim loan officer Robert Walker and Realtor Deba Christensen tried to persuade them to fabricate a lease agreement and rental income on their Florida residence to qualify for a loan. When they balked, commercial pilot David Hurstfield-Meyer said, he lost more than $13,000 he had placed in deposit.

After That Whole Mortgage Crisis Thing, You’d Think Someone Would Learn

Greedy Realtors Ruin People’s Lives

Think they really care?

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After visiting an open house one Sunday, they met a Realtor and were coaxed into making a full-price offer. Before they knew it, they were in contract to purchase an 863-square- foot, two-bedroom house for $609,000.

Their Realtor referred them to a mortgage representative, who took their application and suggested they go with the “stated income” format. They recall the phrase he used: “Your incomes need to match the home you are buying.” Apparently theirs did not, so he raised the income numbers by 40 percent.

Greedy Realtors Ruin People’s Lives