Update by user Aug 26, 2019
This little twit forgot to get our ernest money and the Sellers that were trying to dump a S Shack on us started driving by our apartment and giving us a stare and a grin as they held us up on the release and it cost us 15k. It gave the new realtors and eccuse to allow...
Original review posted by user Jul 22, 2019
Never, ever allow the Realtor access to what you can borrow. Keep the broker and realtor as separated as possible. What often happens and did to us personally was at the last minute the owner would not fix anything and a mystry bid came in and we had 48 hours to make up our minds if we wanted a loan that large. I never talked figures but was forced to fire 4 Realtors for trying to push us into overpriced homes that needed 40k in repairs, all of them did this and one got away with it. Just because you can get the loan dose not mean you should tap your resourses to the point of not being able to afford not just relandscaping but in Rancho Cordova most of the A/C units are shot and there is a lot of repairs done outside of code. If they jack up the price in the last few days due to mystry offer and the property is allready over priced due to much needed repairs, walk away. We never signed a contract for a Realtor to help us find a home as once burned we learned. One even has the gaul to leave a message with no basis in reality. Because I was doing the leg work but was not on the loan but was to be on title he told me in the message if I said anything else he would sue me. First time I fired him he cried like a baby only to forget the ernest money that caused the sellers to think we were scaming them somehow. Our Agent forgot who he worked for and out Broker must have told him how much we could borrow. We had a detailed conversation regaurding reality and that just because we could, it dose not mean we should borrow enough for over priced homes that needed repair. Where was the repair money going to come from? Who wants a home that needs mold, new A/C unit and restricted parking with a school infront of the home. All the properties were either pulled from the market and price adjusted or never sold.