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In Naples, FL we submitted an offer for Fannie Mae property at 5031 HICKORY WOOD DR, NAPLES, FL 34119 - REO ID A131Z58. The Buyer is a First Time Home buyer and qualified to purchase. This is the exact buyer profile the Homepath was setup for. Getting First Time owner occupants in these home is what it's all about. Janice Gover is the Realtor representing Fannie Mae. On June 1st we were told to submit our highest and best offer because there were 3 more offers. We did so and were told we were highest but they wanted to counter with some changes. Fannie Mae lowered the inspection time to 10 days and appraisal time to 10 days. We accepted those changes and signed that acceptance in Homepath. Homepath.com and the Realtor said our offer was "Accepted." We need only wait for the Addendum. We wired the $5, 000 deposit to Fannie Mae's lawyer in Tampa. On July 3rd we get a call from Janice Glover saying they decided to do another "highest and best" because she got another offer that was higher than our "Accepted Offer. This is considered Unfair Dealing within the Ethical guidelines of a Realtor not to mention that it's ripping a home away from a First Time buyer. As Realtors we are expected to Protect the Public not sell them something and then take it away when a better deal comes along. These people should be prosecuted to the greatest extent and this First Time Home Bubyer should get this home.

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    Not resolved but need to change details in initial complaint to reflect corrections. Fannie Mae is working on it but we still have no solution to issue. lkjdflkdsjfkjsalkjflskdjflsakjdflskjflksdjflksjdflkjsdlkfjslkdlkj

Ma
Jul 03, 2014
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  • Ma
      Jul 03, 2014

    In Naples, FL we submitted an offer for Fannie Mae property at 5031 HICKORY WOOD DR, NAPLES, FL 34119 - REO ID A131Z58. The Buyer is a First Time Home buyer and qualified to purchase. This is the exact buyer profile the Homepath was setup for. Getting First Time owner occupants in these home is what it's all about. On June 1st we were told to submit our highest and best offer because there were 3 more offers. We did so and were told we were highest but they wanted to counter with some changes. Fannie Mae lowered the inspection time to 10 days and appraisal time to 10 days. We accepted those changes and signed that acceptance in Homepath. Homepath.com and the Realtor said our offer was "Accepted." We need only wait for the Addendum. We wired the $5, 000 deposit to Fannie Mae's lawyer in Tampa. On July 3rd we get a call from Janice Glover saying they decided to do another "highest and best" because she got another offer that was higher than our "Accepted Offer. As Realtors we are expected to Protect the Public not sell them something and then take it away when a better deal comes along. This is unacceptable behavior by Fannie Mae and Homepath.com. This First Time Home Buyer should get the property he was promised on Homepath.com´╗┐

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  • Ca
      Mar 28, 2015

    We have tried to purchase two homes that are unfortunately listed by Janice Gover since for some reason she is the only one representing the foreclosed wells Fargo homes. She is extremely rude, arrogant, and does what she can to avoid you until a 'better higher' offer comes along so she can have you counter. It's unethical the way this woman works and I don't understand how there aren't more complaints about her.

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  • Li
      Jan 28, 2016

    We own a condo in Naples. Above us is an REO property being handled by Janice Glover. We live out of state and sometime between Jan 14 and Jan 25, something in the REO property has sprung a leak and it has ruined a large part of the ceiling and some of the walls in our condo. When we learned of the problem, the HOA contacted Ms. Glover and she assured them that she was already seeking bids to get it fixed. She made no call to the HOA or attempted to contact us but she knew of the leak and alerted no one. We contacted her ourselves and asked how she was going to remedy this problem and she replied "What do you want me to do? I made a phone call." The problem is getting progressively worse and we have no word that it's going to be fixed anytime soon. We are traveling down there next week. Recently purchased a new home to be built and were planning to put the condo on the market this month as we will need the proceeds from this sale to help pay for the new house.

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