- Report: #520598
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Complaint Review: Hometown America/MH Financial Services
Hometown America/MH Financial ServicesInternet United States of America
Hometown America / MH Financial Services Worst possible place to buy a home! Internet
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So, with a job offer from Texas available to me, I decided to sell my home in the community. But, as it turns out, Hometown America has so many rules that they make it nearly impossible to sell. First, they require that everyone that would be willing to buy your home find their own financing. Excuse me, but if you're selling homes in the community and providing financing, why aren't you doing that for brokered homes too? Next, they charge a 10% commission on the sales of any homes. That's absurd!
So I thought about just moving my home to Texas. Yeah, it's expensive to do that but I figured that would be better than just letting it go into foreclosure. Surprise again! You're not allowed to move a home out of the community unless you first pay off the loan. That's one of the pieces of fine print that I missed when I signed the original 50 page agreement.
So do yourself a favour, stay away from any Hometown America community! You'll save yourself a hell of a lot of headaches.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/06/2009 12:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Hometown-AmericaMH-Financial-Services/internet/Hometown-America-MH-Financial-Services-Worst-possible-place-to-buy-a-home-Internet-520598. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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