Anonymous
map-marker Humble, Texas

Deceptive Seller

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Lone Star Land Partners - Deceptive Seller
I called to ask for a termination of land contract, but seller will not give down payment of 30k back. Seller wants to force buyer to buy land when buyer does not want to. Have been thru the negotiation ringer with Bob Koch. Do not purchase land thru this company. They have a reputation for forcing people to buy their land. At this point, I am seeking legal representation for a class action lawsuit. So many buyers forced to purchase land against their will. Do your research! They feed you and make it all look so inviting, then pull this land grab that is fake where they say on the radio all of these lots have been purchased. They give the feeling that all of the land is being bought out and if you don't buy, you will not get anything. It is a "land grab scam" where you are being deceived.
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User's recommendation: Do not fall for this scam!

Susan M Vee

Recent transaction

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Had a great experience. Very pleased.
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User's recommendation: Come prepared with realistic expectations and an open mind.

Resolved
Serenitie Ujw

Resolved: Beware Deceptive Land Deals in Texas

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Updated by user Jan 06, 2017

Lone Star Land Partners moved quickly to resolve our complaint and we are completely satisfied.

It proved itself a company of its word. We purchased a homestead from the company but felt promises had been fulfilled.

Once we posted the complaint, the company CEO called immediately to resolve our problem to our satisfaction. The true test of a company is how it resolves disagreements with customers.

In this case, Lone Star Land Partners dealt with our complaint in a way that's fair to all sides. Based on our experience, homestead buyers in future Lone Star Land Partner projects can be confident they are dealing with a company of honesty and integrity.

Original review Jan 05, 2017
Beware deceptive land developer Lone Star Land Partners, which is selling parcels of property in Texas - notably Hidden Creek Estates in Liberty Hill, Quail Ridge in Lampassas and The Ranches at Canyon Creek in Burnet County in Texas. Veterans should be particularly wary of spending their money with to buy land from this company. Texas Land Office has been alerted to the problem. The developer makes false representations in order to dupe unwitting buyers. Among false representations, the developer promised a lake adjacent to homestead lots in the Rio Ancho subdivision in Texas and then broke that promise, pulled up stakes and leaving homeowners with a sunken mosquito swamp. Company president Davy Roberts has acknowledged making the false representation, but refuses any reparations. There are myriad complaints by victims in Rio Ancho, but developer Roberts and Lone Star Land Partners are unresponsive. Instead, the developer has abandoned its victims in Rio Ancho and is now selling lots in new developments. Beware buying any property from Lone Star Land Partners or its affiliate National Land Partners LLC (Fisherman's Bay in Alabama, Odom Ranch in Florida, the Estates in Georgia, Deep Creek Mountain Land in Maryland). This is a dishonest company with a record of cheating its customers.
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Loss:
$100000
Cons:
  • Made dishonest promises which they knew were not true
Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: Full refund

2 comments
Guest

Lots of problems with this developer in Mustang Estates! He does not take ownership of subcontractors and failed to post permits for road work.

He also blamed subs for problems! Don't deal with this swindler!

Guest
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They do not disclose everything about HOAs you have to deal with. Think everything is okay then you find out you can't breathe without permission on your own property from HOA.

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