Apr 16, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
Police have arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of forging his ex-wife's signature on a quitclaim deed, and then selling the woman's home without her permission or knowledge.
The trail online shows the house was first listed by the Steinborn agency in February 2010 for 93500, dropped the price to 89900 in September of 2010, then dropped it to 85000 in October of 2010 and removed the public listing in November of 2010. The article does not indicate if this agency sold it, but it closed on December 29 of 2010.
If a person is contacting the selling agent or agency, why was a response not given to this lady? Who is being protected here? The poor buyer was clearly poorly represented here also.
What kind of title agency lets this hap What kind of lender does not catch this? Inform the public! This is news.
It is really necessary to know what an agent should be doing for you before you buy or sell. Bet the listing agent say first timers are a favorite--because they don't know the process enough to be critical of poor performance. What other 'profession' owns their own label because they pay membership to the club and threaten to sue anyone who slips up and uses in an unregulated way?
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