PHOENIX (Legal Newsline) – The office of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich took action against ProSolutions LLC and its owners, Ruben Diaz and Rodrigo Diaz, by filing an Arizona Consumer Fraud and Civil Racketeering lawsuit alleging the company preyed on Spanish-speaking families trying to buy homes.
ProSolutions is a real estate consulting company based in Phoenix. According to the lawsuit, ProSolutions misrepresented the nature of home financing transactions for their own self-benefit. The company allegedly made lease agreements seem like purchase agreements, taking thousands from consumers before consumers could learn they actually did not own the title to their homes.
“Arizonans trusted this business to help them turn their dream of homeownership into a reality,” Brnovich said. “Dozens of families lost their hard-earned savings and we want to help them get their money back.”
The state also seeks a temporary order freezing the defendants’ assets and banning them from continued business practices. According to Brnovich’s office, neither Ruben Diaz nor Rodrigo Diaz is a licensed real estate agent.
Assistant Attorneys General Mitchell Allee and Cherie Howe are handling the case.