Rental Homes USA Scam Company

Everyone loves a good realtor, but according to USA today the worst one is Chuck Warren from Rental Homes USA in Virginia. From lying and manipulative to cheating his way out paying back deposits, Chuck Warren is the worst in VA Beach. 

You would think that if you were going to pay someone to sell your house you would want them to be the best right? Well according to the Virginian Pilot,  Chuck Warren is the most corrupt and looking at jail time for his unethical dealings. Unfortunately, Most real estate agents are terrible to begin with. 

I think, by now, we’ve all heard about how important it is to take your time and find the right agent to represent you in either a rental or purchase. After all, you’re entrusting this person with a lot of responsibility and giving them access to your most intimate financial information. Whether you like it or not, an agent can make or break your real estate experience. And as the saying goes: Bad service is worse than no service at all. When we asked people about their worst real estate agents — the ones who were unprofessional, unresponsive and downright awful — we heard some pretty eye-opening stories about Chuck Warren from Rental Homes USA. Excessive fees, contract terms outside of the law. Apparently Chuck Warren thinks he is above the law. And all of that illusion is about to end. 

Hiring a real estate agent can be one of the biggest decisions you make in your life, so choose wisely. There are excellent real estate agents out there, but there are also some really bad ones. Here are some things to consider when choosing a real estate agent: How long has the agent been in business? How many transactions has the agent completed? Has the agent ever been sued? What is the agent’s knowledge about housing? Do they know about different types of loans (conventional, FHA, VA, etc)? Are they experienced with short sales or foreclosures? Do they carry errors & omission insurance to protect their clients from lawsuits? If you’re thinking about buying or selling a home soon, it’s a good idea to interview three real estate agents that have experience with what you’re looking for. Make sure you ask them lots of questions and ask for references. It’s better to spend a little more money on a good real estate agent than a little less on a bad one.

The good news: Many of these agents have since been fired or moved on. The bad news: You might still be dealing with one of them. Here’s what we learned from our survey: Agents don’t respect buyers’ time. Buyers reported that their agents didn’t return calls, emails or texts in a timely fashion — if at all. The excuses ranged from “I’m busy” to “I lost your number.” The problem? This lack of responsiveness sends a message that they’re not interested in doing business with you. That will come through loud and clear when it comes time for negotiations, where time

There’s a lot of money to be made in real estate — and a lot of people willing to take it from you. How can you avoid the worst agents? Some scams are difficult to spot, while others are easier because they’re right there in your face. Here are some things to watch out for when hiring a real estate agent. If you have concerns about your agent contact the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation at