AZ Discount Houses Review

My mother Sharon Coyle has had her house swindled out of her hands by Aragon Investments LLC (David McLennan). She called “We Buy Ugly Homes” to get an estimate on how much she could sell her home for and David McLennan came to her home and told her it is worth $60K-75K, the house apprised for $180K. Mr. McLennan told her to sign some documents to see if he could sell her home (she was unaware she was signing a sales agreement). I found about this transaction and we immediately (2-3 business days) called Mr. McLennanto meet and stop this transaction. Mr. McLennan met with us at Starbucks and said she signed a contact and the house was his. My mom was unaware that she even signed a sales contact and Mr. McLennan admitted by his own omission to be a lack of communication (only communication was the initial visit). | I want to add that my mom is an elder (73 years old) widow who has never made these types of decisions before because my dad made them. She is on prescription medication that dose cloud her judgment and her doctor (Dr. Stoffer of Metro Internists) has stated that she should not make complex decisions without some assistants. I/we advised David McLennan of this and he would not budge on his stance. Mr. McLennan has advised us Via legal representation that if we want the hose back we must pay him $20K.


Name: AZ Discount Houses

Country: United States

State: Arizona

City: Mesa

Address: 4856 E Baseline Rd 106

Phone: (480) 510-0242


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