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Phoenix Century 21 All-Stars Shut Down; Saving Grace Investments Offers Free Help To Stranded Owners

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Century 21 All Star has been issued a Cease and Desist Order by ADRE. Saving Grace Investments, has made a free transfer offer to Century 21 All Star property management clients. Homeowners wishing to transfer can contact Kyle Humphrey, Saving Grace Investments at (480) 568-6595.

July 31, 2014

Glendale, Arizona, United States – July 31st, 2014 /PressCable/ — The Arizona Department of Real Estate issued a Cease and Desist order directing Rosita Lopez, Jesse Lee Gunderson and Golden Globe Investments LLC dba Century 21 All Star, Realtors to immediately cease and desist from engaging in any rental and/or leasing activity in any capacity whatsoever, directly or indirectly within the State of Arizona, without first complying with all applicable laws and rules.
The Arizona Department of Real Estate found the Century 21 PMTA (property management trust account) to be short $471,640.09. The status of monies held in trust for homeowners with properties under management by Century 21 is unknown.Property owners who do not have an attorney may wish to contact the Arizona Bar Association’s Arizona Law Help at www.azlawhelp.org. Homeowners with homes managed by Century 21 All Stars are encouraged to immediately find new management for their properties due to the shut down. Notifications are not sent to tenants by the Arizona Department of Real Estate, so without action on the landlords part, tenants could potentially send rents direct to Century 21 All Stars. Century 21 All Stars is not legally able to accept rental payments sent by tenants due to the Cease and Desist Order.Another Phoenix area property management firm, Saving Grace Investments, has made a free transfer offer to all Century 21 All Star property management clients. SGI will provide any Century 21 All Star property management clients with a no fee transfer in order to quickly get their homes under approved management. Transfers can happen in 24 hours or less. Homeowners wishing to transfer their homes can contact Kyle Humphrey, Saving Grace Investments at (480) 568-6595.Saving Grace Investments (www.SavingGraceInvestments.com) is a Better Business Bureau “A” rated Phoenix area property management company. headquartered in Glendale, Arizona. Saving Grace Investments was awarded a spot on the Audit Honor Roll by the Arizona Department Of Real Estate, signifying outstanding compliance with ADRE audit policies.. The Saving Grace Investments honor roll listing can be viewed at the Arizona Department Of Real Estate website here http://azre.gov/Bulletins/Bulletin_05.14.pdfThe full text of the Century 21 All Star cease and desist order can be found here http://www.re.state.az.us/EnC/Documents/CD_0509201…

Contact Info:
Name: Kyle Humphrey
Organization: Saving Grace Investments
Website: http://www.savinggraceinvestments.com/property-management-phoenix/glendale/
Phone: (480) 568-6595
Address: 8607 N. 59th Ave Suite B-4 Glendale AZ 85302

ReleaseID: 57228

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