DESERT CARDINAL PROPERTIES IS NOT A SCAM!!
I had spoken with Eric Rodriguez back on March, 2016. He called and left a message, I called him back and we discussed how I purchase land from individuals, and I PAY FOR ALL CLOSING COST and the offer on our letters is the net cash to the sellers. For some reason, Mr. Rodriguez decided to send a false warning against Desert Cardinal Properties. I guess he was unaware of how we buy land, hold it and sell it individuals who build their dream homes. He is also unaware, that building on vacant land improves the tax value of such property, and it increases the revenue to the county. He only saw the small picture. Yes we make offers below market value to individuals. But no one is ever told to pay any fees, no one is ever told they are going to lose their property. The individuals we reach each have different situations, and most do not want to sell their property.
If you were directed to this post by the articles below, please be aware that you are being misled. And the individuals who posted these warnings never read my website, done business with me, or reached out to me for any comment.
I could have taken down this website and rebuilt it under a different name, but that would be running away from false accusations and make us look like we are doing something wrong. We have not made any false claims, and if you do not believe me, please call us. We can explain how the process works. We use title companies to close every transaction. This protects us both. The Title company verifies for me that the properties are clear of any liens, and that the seller is the legal owner. The Title company also holds the cash, so when the closing is complete, I get a signed deed with title insurance, and you get cash.
To Mr Rodriguez, please return my call. I request that you remove this warning and I ask that the websites retract these articles. They are false and are just keeping people from selling their unwanted property.