Our Wives Are In Charge, LLC
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Our Wives Are In Charge, LLC, Akron, Ohio, a company not licensed under Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4735 was ordered to pay $82,000.00 for committing 82 violations of RC 4735.02 by renting, or leasing or negotiating the rental or lease of the subject property; offering, attempting, or agreeing to negotiate the rental or leasing of the subject property; managing or offering, or attempting to operate or manage the subject property; and/or holding himself out as engaged in the selling, exchanging, purchasing, renting, or leasing of real estate for another, for a fee, commission, or other valuable compensation or the expectation of a fee, commission, or other compensation. The conduct constituted 82 violations of R.C. 4735.02, which provides that no person, partnership, association, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, or corporation shall advertise, act or assume to a ct as a real estate broker or real estate salesperson, without first being licensed under R.C. Chapter 4735. Paul Marcel Rene, Akron, Ohio, a person not licensed under Ohio Revised Code 4735, Akron,Ohio was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $82,000.00 for committing 82 violations of RC 4735.02 by renting, or leasing or negotiating the rental or lease of the subject property; offering, attempting, or agreeing to negotiate the rental or leasing of the subject property; managing or offering, or attempting to operate or manage the subject property; and/or holding himself out as engaged in the selling, exchanging, purchasing, renting, or leasing of real state for another, for a fee, commission, or other valuable ompensation or the expectation of a fee, commission, or other compensation.Theconduct constituted 82 violations of R.C. 4735.02, which provides that no person, partnership, association, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, orcorporation shall advertise, act or assume to act as a real estate broker or real estatesalesperson, without first being licensed under R.C. Chapter 4735May 24, 2014
Very difficult to get a hold of. When you do finally make contact, the level of service leaves quite a bit to be desired. All in all, there are much better and more qualified folks out there that can manage your property or renovate your home. Unless you enjoy being stressed, I'd choose another provider.Jul 3, 2013Paul M.'s reply
Jon Lyman of California, pretending to be someone else and posting is identity theft and impersonation. These are felonies in both your state of California and Ohio. Please call your local referral service to obtain appropriate mental health treatment.
Paul the owner of our wives are in charge, is the most incompetent person I have ever had the unfortunate experience to deal with. Not only was he a terrible property manager, but he consistently was late in mailing our rental payments. After firing him for his incompetence, he is withholding our deposits from our renters that he NEVER should have been in possession of in the first place via the contract that we signed when he was hired. He is also holding onto our keys and other property. Do yourself a favor and do not even consider doing business with this company! I should also add that our renters were very unsatisfied with him as well, seeing that he was rarely available when they needed to get in touch with him. Oh, and he also likes to call you mental if you give him bad reviews. Everything I have said is 100% true! Trust me, and don't make the mistake that we did! Hire ANYONE else but Paul.Jul 7, 2013
Our Wives are In Charge (OWAIC) and Paul Marcel Rene are the most incompetent and terrible property managers I have ever come across. The laundry list of complaints is long, so I wont go on and on, but the icing on the cake is theft/withholding of my money! Paul has decided on occasion to hold my monthly rent checks that are due to me for some reason. After a couple of these occurrences, I decided to cancel my agreement with OWAIC. Once that happened, Paul found a number of ways to dock my (already late) check. He withdrew an extra $600 for a plumbing estimate which is still TBD. Funny, I distinctly remember in our contract that he was supposed to notify me of anything in excess of $200/month in repairs. Additionally, Paul/OWAIC is holding the $2500 in deposits that my tenant gave to him. He wont transfer them to me as I am now the new property manager for my property. Needless to say, Ive called local authorities and legal counsel. Stay away people I wouldnt trust this man to sweep my driveway let alone manage my home. Do yourselves a service and stay away from this second-rate property manager/home renovation expert. Feel free to contact me with any direct questions if need be: email@example.comJun 27, 2013Paul M.'s reply
Jon Lyman, please seek immediate mental health assistance. The local 411 call center will be able to assist you in locating an appropriate provider for medication and counseling.
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