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March 23, 2013. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ California Real Estate Fees May Have Involved Illegal Kickbacks ]
San Diego, CA Buying, selling and refinancing a home is complex enough without adding in illegal real estate fees or kickbacks. But kickbacks are alleged to have occurred in some California real estate transactions, says Taras Kick, attorney at The Kick Law Firm, APC. Attorneys are now investigating a possible lawsuit against the companies involved in these illegal real estate kickbacks.
March 13, 2013. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Fee Free-For-All: California Real Estate Transactions Not Always As They Appear ]
Oakland, CACalifornia real estate transactions are supposed to be above-board, within the law and held fast by a wide swath of regulations and guidelines designed to ensure that both buyer and seller are duly protected and also held accountable to those guidelines for the benefit of all concerned.
February 25, 2013. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ Illegal California Real Estate Fees Costing Consumers ]
San Diego, CA Anyone who has ever gone through the process of buying or selling a house knows that the real estate fees and other costs associated with the process can add up quickly. California real estate transactions can involve a variety of costs and fees associated with the sale or purchase of a home, including title insurance, mortgage insurance, home inspections and other fees. In some cases, illegal real estate fees may have been charged - or real estate agents may have been illegally paid for referring clients to other organizations - meaning customers may have paid hundreds of dollars more than they should have.
February 11, 2013. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Reality Check: Illegal California Real Estate Fees ]
San Diego, CA It could be said that California real estate transactions are complicated enough, without the risk of potentially paying more fees than you need to. One also assumes that a real estate transaction should be the one place that would be void of potential fraud. The Fidelity National Title Insurance Company case, which resulted in a $2.3 million settlement, is an indication that fraud can happen, so to speak, at home.