American General Financial Services Complaint - Agreeing to a selling price on a repo home then backing out

Review by leeny on 2006-06-11
1910 E.APPLE AVE, SUITEH MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN -- The branch manager and I had agreed on a selling price for a home that had been reposessed 2 years ago. He told me to give him a day or two to work on the paper work so we could get this place secured until cash pay off could be made. When I called back he decided not to sell it to me. This was for my elderly parents to get them closer to me so I could help with their care.

I since have talked to a laywer which they have not responded to.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2006-06-11
Posted by S. on 2006-06-11:
Did it cost you any money?
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-11:
"I since have talked to a laywer which they have not responded to." The laywer did not responded to you? Or the branch manager will not responded to the laywer? Either way I think the only thing you can do is walk away.
Posted by glc on 2006-06-11:
Sometimes a verbal agreement may hold up in court. Good luck!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-11:
If it was through the bank, close your accounts and find a new bank, financial service? vice versa.

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