Illinois Realtor Fined for Listing Property without Consent

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Inman is reporting that a realtor real estate broker in Illinois was recently stripped of his real estate license for listing a property without consent of the owner.  According to the report, the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation fined the owner of Stateline Realty with a fine of $14k and a license suspension for 2-years for forging a listings contract on a property he did not own and then listing on several services.

“Beside being accused of listing the property without permission of the homeowner, Charles Pernacciaro, Davis was also charged with forging signatures on a listing contract, according to a complaint.

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