This is an astonishing breach of fiduciary responsibility. Dischert Properties actually gave away $1275 of my money, without my permission, in the form of a non-refundable deposit to a tenant who applied to lease and at the last minute changed his mind!
Dischert asked my permission to refund the money and I told them, in writing, “no – we should stick to the agreement.” But they gave it away anyway. Isn’t this theft?
Dischert claimed it was “too time consuming and expensive” for them to uphold the agreement and protect me, thus violating their fiduciary responsibility to me.
I did expensive additional work based on the assurance that the deposit was non-refundable, and took my house off the rental market based on this assurance.
Dischert Properties does not stand by their written agreements. This could happen to you too!