If you sold a home in California through Coldwell Banker, Prudential California Realty (in Southern California only), RE/MAX, Century 21, or ERA Real Estate, you could get a payment from a class action settlement. A settlement will provide up to $39.34 million to pay claims from California home sellers who purchased a Property I.D. Natural Hazard Disclosure Report ordered by an agent or broker affiliated with companies doing business as Coldwell Banker, Prudential California Realty (at certain Southern California offices only ), RE/MAX, Century 21, or ERA Real Estate (the “Broker Defendants”), during specified time periods.
The settlement resolves a lawsuit over whether Property I.D. Corporation (“Property I.D.”) made unlawful payments to the Broker Defendants in exchange for referring their clients’ Natural Hazard Disclosure Report Business to Property I.D.; it avoids costs and risks to you from continuing the lawsuit; pays money to home sellers like you; and releases Property I.D. and the Broker Defendants from liability.
For More Info http://nhdreportsettlement.com/
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
San Fernando Valley Real Estate
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