Texas Real Estate Scams: Off Market LLC, DBA Big State Home Buyers Unconscionable Ten Dollar Contract

The TREC agreement cannot be valid as it’s unconscionable and the homeowner is also legally incapable of entering contract.




NOV 3, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: NOV 4, 2022
NOV 11 21 30, 2022

No movement since filing.

The home was listed for sale per Zillow on Apr. 19, 2022 for $174,900 but when the market softened due to increase in interest rates, the price was dropped $20G’s to $154,900. It was taken offline on Jul. 29, 2022. On Oct. 10, 2022 Off Market LLC “purchased” the home for $10 bucks.

No sooner had LIT published a related article on this company, and giving them the benefit of the doubt, they’ve filed within 48 hrs re another sale gone awry. There is no vague line here, this home deal is clearly unconscionable.

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Texas Real Estate Scams: Off Market LLC, DBA Big State Home Buyers Unconscionable Ten Dollar Contract
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