Always cross reference with a licensed Realtor to unsure you are not getting scammed.
If you need anything in the future please don't hesitate to call me.
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CHF Access half percent down flyer, pdf
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Why Rent brochure
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Sheryl Arndt, Broker â€“ Sr. Loan Officer
As for how to spot a scam, just use some basic common sense. If you can't reach the listing agent or if the rate is ridiculously low (like 1/3 of the market rate), then you should suspect a scam.
Unfortunately, scams and rip-offs occur all the time to innocent and unsuspecting individuals seeking all types of services, goods and assistance. People become so wary of the system that they can't help but look at everyone sideways. Who can you trust?
You want to be very careful when choosing a particular service provider where large sums of money are at stake. Always use a licensed professional with a valid license in good standing with the board governing their profession such as the Department of Real Estate, http://www.dre.ca.gov. References are always encouraged if not essential as well as a history of employment and education.
You can take strong action against a licensed professional if they defraud you where an unlicensed provider could be very difficult to track down, obtain a judgment against much less collect any money.
Be careful not to be too eager to make a deal or if a deal sounds too good to be true. Be concerned when you hear words like "you better act now", "trust me" or "I guarantee it". If the provider fails to answer your calls, makes promises that are not in writing or asks for money "up front" before he will work with you, you should walk away.
The evil predators will always be out there waiting in the wings for their next victim, all we can do is be aware, be prepared and if you have a funny feeling in your gut telling you that something is just not right, chances are that you are right.
If there is anything that I can do for you, please don't hesitate to contact me anytime. Best of luck to you!
Diane Wheatley, Broker