Trelora Real Estate

This Market Is Crazy

Buyers and Sellers alike, please read this if you’re considering going with Trelora Real Estate.

I recently put an offer on a very popular house, currently shown by Trelora.

We happened to run into the son of the owners while we were there, who gave us a personal walk-through of his childhood home, choking up quite a few times and in the process, of course I fell completely in love with the house.

I even texted with him after the fact to get his insight and per his recommendation put an offer on the house, along with a letter for his parents.

Now, Trelora said they would take all offers by noon and by 5pm, we’d have an answer. So we waited and waited.

And called and emailed until well after they closed at 6pm. We didn’t hear anything from them again until 9am the next day to say the sellers hadn’t decided.

That’s fine but you couldn’t call or email previously so we weren’t waiting all night??

We wait some more and suddenly at noon, a third-party website shows it’s under contract.

Still we had heard nothing. They weren’t answering my realtor’s calls or emails so I finally had to call myself.

I was specifically asked if I was a realtor before anyone put me through.

When I finally spoke to the person in charge, I ask him, What happened? Who got the contract?

He tells me the winning offer and I ask if it’s final, as WE COULD HAVE OUTBID THEM and we were specifically told we would get a chance to.

He says it’s too late, the papers are signed. I ask if they’re taking back-up offers. He says he’s not sure.

I ask him if he had passed on my letter, as I wanted the sellers to have that either way. “There was a letter?” he says.

When he finally talks to my realtor, she is given a much lower final offer with, “Actually, I was looking at the wrong house earlier.”

He then turns the tables on us to say there was an email chain that morning asking everyone if they can top certain offers.

When we say we didn’t get those emails, he checks it and says, “Oh, I must have forgotten to add you but we asked for the best and highest offer anyway.”

We double-checked and that wasn’t in any of their previous correspondence at all.

Do you smell that? Smells like a large bovine defecating.

For SELLERS: You get what you pay for.

Perhaps because they get a set commission, they don’t really care that your house could have sold for an extra $10k, right?

For BUYERS: This market is crazy! So if you must bid with them, proceed at your own risk since you will probably not hear from anyone before, during, or after the offer is sent.

Best of luck.

Is Trelora Real Estate legit?
Trelora Real Estate is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 4 consumer(s) was/were given a Trelora Real Estate as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Trelora Real Estate located?
Trelora Real Estate is headquarted at 2401 15th St Ste 150 Denver, CO 80202. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Trelora Real Estate by dialing (720) 676-1866 or visit their website
How much monetary loss is incurred by Trelora Real Estate’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Trelora Real Estate’s customers, US $2485 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is high.

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4 Reviews on Trelora Real Estate

  1. My wife and I recently sold our house with Trelora and here is our experience.

    First, Trelora’s technology is really good and very user friendly. Super easy to see what has been done, what needs to be done and where you are at in the process.

    After we listed our house there were multiple problems with the agent side of Trelora. The agents didn’t list our house with the IRES system in northern Colorado, which in Boulder county is a big deal. A month after we had little action on our house they realized the error and said, oops we should have caught that.

  2. This company will sell your real estate even if that means that they will drop the price by 100's of thousands of dollars

    This company will sell your real estate even if that means that they will drop the price by 100’s of thousands of dollars. As a client, I was blown away by their CEO, Brian and their founder, Joshua. They will lie to your face (we have the phone conversations recorded), telling all kinds of stories to justify their practices. We have lost over $35,000 in our last transaction,

    simply because they didn’t realize sooner (and us too) that we needed to hire a REAL agent, that could have suggested some minor fixes and a stager, for example. No wonder why they have so many complaints with DORA!! Even the agent for the buyer was blown away by their sketchy techniques. My suggestion to you all out there is to hire a real agent, and beware of this company.

  3. I do not recommend selling your property to an agent from Trelora Real Estate!

    Mike Page, Trelora agent, wrote a contract for his buyers to buy our house and did not include the washer and dryer. Once the buyers realized we were taking the washer and dryer, the realtors made an agreement for them to buy the washer and dryer directly from us.

    After closing, the buyers are refusing to pay for the washer and dryer. Mike nor Trelora Realty will do anything about it even though our realtor has reached out several times to try to resolve the issue. I do not recommend selling your property to an agent from Trelora Real Estate!

  4. I had a discussion with Mike and he gave me the exact comments that you are making.

    I had a discussion with Mike and he gave me the exact comments that you are making. First, the buyers sent us a message several days before closing indicating that the camper could be left in the back yard until Saturday. Had they not sent that message, we would have moved it on move out day. As far as the carpet and paint, it is customary to leave anything that belongs with the house in the house.

    The carpet and paint that was left matched the house. Once they indicated that they wanted us to remove it, we agreed to do so until they indicated that they were not going to pay for the washer and dryer as they had agreed upon. So we removed our camper on the agreed upon day. We did not remove the other items they wanted us to remove because they chose not to show up to pay us for the washer and dryer as they had originally agreed to do.

Reported Loss :2485 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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