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Prudential Fox Roach / Avoid

La

Here's a story about some people you can't trust. Two realtors from Prudential Fox Roach's Margate, NJ, branch were involved in my purchase of a house. Mark Arbeit was one of them, who represented me and my wife; Lou Solomon was the other, who represented a dumpy, pasty-faced, high-fivin' mortgage broker, from whom we purchased the place. Nine days after we moved in, I discovered a leaking underground oil tank in a small concealed shed, back-to-back with the full-sized shed. Well, my first step was to request from Pru-Fox a copy of the standard NJ seller's disclosure...

Prudential Fox Roach / Awful experience

Be

Two realtors from this firm-- Mark Arbeit and Lou Solomon-- were involved in my purchase of a home from a disgusting mortgage broker. Arbeit represented me and my wife; Solomon represented the filthy mortgage broker. The MLS description for the house indicated that standard NJ seller's disclosure form was available for inspection. Stupid me-- left that to Arbeit. Anyway, nine days after I'm in, I discover a leaking underground oil tank in a concealed shed back-to-back with the regular shed. First thing I do was ask for the disclosure form. "Whoops, " I'm told, "Uh, there never...

Prudential Fox Roach / Fraud and cheating

Co

Two realtors from this outfit-- Mark Arbeit and Lou Solomon-- teamed up with a repulsive mortgage broker to stick me with the broker's house over a leaking underground oil tank. These three high-fivin' jokers thinks it's a laugh riot. You want a laugh riot? Read about Mr. Arbeit in The Washington Post archives for June 20 and 25, 1987, then think about all the "savvy" sellers who actually trust Pru-Fox with keys to premises on which young boys might be present. These clowns think I'm a joke? We'll see who laughs last.

Prudential Fox Roach - New Jersey, Margate / Home Purchase

Ji

Two realtors from this firm were involved in my purchase of a home in Sept. of 2017. One represented me and my wife; the other represented a really repulsive mortgage broker who sold the house. Nine days after I moved in, I discovered a leaking underground oil tank in a small, concealed shed, back-to-back with the main shed. My first step was to ask for the standard NJ disclosure statement from sellers, which had been advertised on the MLS as available by the seller's agent. Whoops, sorry, I was told, and don't bother asking any more questions either because nobody knew anything. OK...