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The amount of time it took to receive a check prompted these sellers to question the legitimately of the sale.
These individuals discovered their home was already listed on the market by the Home Vestor buyer; to their dismay, the price in the listing was much higher than what they were offered and agreed to in the contract. I have received 3 unsolicited post card mailings from a person called Robin Milligan representing Home Vestors.
I received post card- I Wasn't interested, just curious. They don't give you the cash when contract is signed. I still think it is harassment and am contacting a lawyer. I reached out to Home Vestors because they said that they looked at market value and then would deduct 10% for normal fees (title, plots, realtor buy/sell fees etc)., plus a small amount for "fixing up". So houses in my neighborhood are going for a consistent rate per square foot...
I asked a lot of question did some research; Sounds like a Ponzi scheme. The estimator was very polite and remarked on how little would need to be dealt with to make the house saleable...
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Basically, there was no money to pay for the home until it was sold and turned a profit. It's from Robin Milligan but return address is Molalla Or (same state) and # is 888-855-8695. The text of the post cards are all the same with the opening line being: "I'm interested buying your house." The closing line is always "so call me if you're interested in a no-hassle CASH sale." The phone number provided on the post card to call this person is 888-855-8695 but the person answering the call is not Robin Milligan and there appears to be no way to contact this person.
There were even instances of the Home Vestor buyer backing out of the deal because they couldn’t sell it off. I am not interested in selling my house and never contacted this organization or Robin Milligan. I'm holding a card this moment I received from a Homevesters rep named Robin Milligan phone:720.574.2283 address:99 Inverness Drive E suite 140 Englewood, CO 80112. I live in Atlanta, GA but still own property in Colorado. Inverness is the location of a number of office centers.
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