I respond as an agent of Allred Properties.
This dispute was heard both by a court of law and by the Arkansas Real Estate Commission. Allred Properties prevailed in both instances.
Washington County Circuit Court
The action brought by this poster was disposed of in September of 2009. Judge Mary Ann Gunn ordered that “the plaintiffs’ case against… defendant Allred must be dismissed in its entirety.” Every one of the legal claims made against Allred were ordered dismissed with prejudice. This means not only that the claims made were held to be without legal merit, but also that they will not be allowed to be brought before a court of law in the future.
Anyone wishing to see the order for this case can call the Washington County Clerk at 479-444-1538. The case number is CV-2007-2273-4.
Arkansas Real Estate Commission
Allred and the poster agreed to a Residential Property Management Agreement that was terminated after approximately six (6) months. The Arkansas Real Estate Commission, in a unanimous vote, decided that “Allred ha[d] not violated the provisions of the Real Estate License Law or Commission Regulations.” Put simply, the institution that sets the standard of conduct for real estate licensees in this state did not find any unlawful conduct on the part of Allred. This proceeding took place of Formal Hearing 3049.
It is regrettable that in the course of doing business that not all relationships can end amicably. However, Allred’s position has been vindicated by multiple tribunals.
Jason P. Kearney
Attorney for Allred Properties