Good Opportunity Homes & Invest...

Customer Service

Good Opportunity Homes & Investments was the listing agent on a home my wife and I wanted to purchase.

We were in escrow on the house and eventually walked away from the deal because the property needed extensive work and the sellers were unwilling to make repairs or lower the price.

While it was ultimately the refusal of the sellers to address the many issues of their house that scuttled the deal, the listing agents played their part as well.

The word I would use to describe their role in the process is “absent.”

They couldn’t be easily reached on the phone. When we visited the property for viewings and various inspections, they couldn’t be bothered to show up (they did show up once, the only time I met them).

Their absence ended up being a major issue because the home owner was erratic and became confrontational at times, one time cursing us out and throwing us out of the house as we were performing a termite inspection.

You almost got the feeling that the listing agents had no real interest if the deal went through or not.

However, what I really found unacceptable is that the property had a number of issues that their client was not disclosing and they, as the agents, did nothing to prevent this.

This seems unethical to me. For example, the home owner told us in the disclosures that the roof of the house was 5 years old.

That was completely untrue. It was like they forgot to put a 2 in front of that 5.

The roof was way past the end of it’s life span. This was verified by our home inspector and a roofing contractor that examined the property.

How could the listing agents just allow their clients to blatantly lie on the disclosures? Even if they don’t have a legal obligation to make sure their clients are telling the truth, it seems that they would have a professional obligation to stop an obvious falsehood.

Because Good Opportunity did not communicate effectively, because they did not straightforwardly disclose the issues of the house, because they were absent for much of the home buying process, I wasted a lot of time and money on this deal, which went nowhere.

The lesson: be prepared to do your own legwork if this firm is selling the house.

They can’t be relied upon to show up, give accurate information, or even call you back promptly.

Is Good Opportunity Homes & Investments a scam?
Good Opportunity Homes & Investments is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Good Opportunity Homes & Investments legit?
First Good Opportunity Homes & Investments is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Good Opportunity Homes & Investments’s consumers?
There is/are 2 review(s) posted about Good Opportunity Homes & Investments and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Good Opportunity Homes & Investments located?
Good Opportunity Homes & Investments is located at 13333 Paramount Blvd, South Gate, CA 90280, USA. You can contact Good Opportunity Homes & Investments by dialing (562) 602-8550 or visit their website before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Good Opportunity Homes & Investments’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $5344 was the total loss incurred by Good Opportunity Homes & Investments’s customers.

Write a review or complaint on Good Opportunity Homes & I...

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

2 Reviews on Good Opportunity Homes & Investments

  1. Versatility is a great trait of the team.

    Great market knowledge and expertise. Versatility is a great trait of the team.

  2. I'll suggest to give them a call before giving up.

    I can not express my gratitude towards Coral and Albert for helping me purchase my first home. I have been renting for all my life, more than 30 years. My credit was not the best and I could not qualify for a loan, so my brother recommended me tho GOHI.

    I got to be honest I did not qualify at first but the service Albert and Coral gave me, the advised I received, and the attention and support; that’s priceless. I was able to get a home where I could fit all my family and extended family (grand-kids).

    Even when the other agent on the listing side was the most rude person, Albert and Coral made sure I got the house clean and they even paid to do the repairs damaged by the seller’s move out.

    I am forever grateful and with me they just don’t have a client for life, they have a friend. Anyone trying to buy a home and think there is no hope, I’ll suggest to give them a call before giving up.

Reported Loss :5344 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
Views :