Sovereign Associates

Unethical Brokerage

Unethical brokerage. I rented my apartment with a broker from Sovereign Associates and we ended up losing our money and home.

I paid our security deposit of over $30,000 and he ended up renting us our apartment with bats in it.

I ended up getting shots for rabies and lost a lot of money in the process.

Please beware and do not rent from this brokerage.

Our family are still feeling the lost till today.

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4 reviews on Sovereign Associates

  1. I am moving to NY soon. Dodged a bullet on this one.

    Wow, Greg “H”, the owner, sounds like a complete narcissist!! His responses to the reviewers are nothing short of an explosive attack. Clearly this person has no sense of true self worth, or maturity!, and feels the need to completely attack any criticism (with belittlement and condescending remarks) to try and save his “wonderful image”( which is undoubtedly false), instead of rectifying the issue at hand. What a shyster!! I have seen enough of him on here, I will move on now and do business with another company. I am moving to NY soon. Dodged a bullet on this one.

  2. Avoid these scammers.

    Avoid these scammers. Contacted them via an listing and was connected to a broker named Annie Hawkins. When she contacted me, she informed me that, in stark contrast to the other reviews, Sovereign would charge a broker fee of more than $900 (!) to get into one of the units they’re representing.

    There was nothing disclosing this massive fee in the listing. When confronted with this, rather than cop to the problem, Ms. Hawkins’ response was rude, aggressive, and unprofessional.

    Don’t use this company. They’re extraordinarily dishonest – if you’re an out of towner or a student, they’ll do their absolute best to take advantage of you.

  3. He should be revoked from a licensed real estate agent.

    By all means don’t do business with Jordan Romer. He’s a scam artist, heartless and untrustworthy. He showed me an apartment that was already rented (by him) and then pretended that the apartment was available in the market. Then, he scheduled me an appointment to see him at his office the next business day to submit my application, payment and documents for the apartment.

    Afterwards, he said I will go to the landlord office today to drop off your application, payment and documents. Then hours later (during after hours), I called him up to check if he dropped of my application, payment and documents and he said not yet. Then days later, he sent me a text saying that the landlord took another application (bs).

    Like I wasn’t convinced with his story, I personally went to the landlord office to find out whether or not if he dropped off my application, payment and documents to the landlord. After speaking to the landlord assist at the office, I found out that Jordan didn’t do such thing but luckily I had an appointment scheduled to see him the next day.

    So the next day, we met at a local restaurant (not to far from his job) and then he came up with a sorry excuse story about the landlord taking another application and telling how awful the landlord is. Like I didn’t believe his sorry excuse, I asked him politely to please return my documents along with my application and payment.

    So eventually he returned everything back to me (after waiting 30 to 45 mins) and then I left the table (without shaking his hand) with my head lifted high. I hope my story helped you and helps others not to trust this man. This man shouldn’t be licensed real estate agent. He should be revoked from a licensed real estate agent.

  4. Waste of time. Poor communication, high pressure, rude and very unprofessional.

    First contact via email was okay – we got a response and it was very matter of fact relating to an apartment he listed. When we first met up, he was late and did not provide any communication at all. He also did not communicate to us that the apartment that we scheduled to meet at already had someone waiting outside to put down a deposit.

    After waiting for him to complete the transaction with the 1st prospect, he later showed us an apartment around the corner but gave us 10 minutes to view the 2nd apartment before telling us that he had to leave and complete the previous prospect’s paperwork.

    The high sales pressure came within 24 hours of viewing stating he needed an answer giving all kinds of excuses but the fact was the apt was just gutted with garbage everything and absolutely not ready to be on the market for at least another month. We asked for a day or 2 to think about it then he accused us of ‘not being serious’.

    There were many concerns with him, the apartment so we told him that we decided to pass on the apt. This was our first and last viewing – we are the best candidates for any market therefore we are not desperate. The response from him is extremely rude and unprofessional. (See attached screen shot) Don’t trust him and take your time and money elsewhere. There are many other brokers that are at least ‘decent’.

Fort Washington Avenue 452
New York 10033 NY US
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Reported Loss :30000 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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