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Rest Land Property Management

Rest Land Property Management

(415) 632-3281

Rest Land Property Management

33 New Montgomery Street 16th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

BBB File Opened: 1/08/2013
Business Management
  • Willy Cross, Purchase Director
Contact Information
  • Principal: Willy Cross, Purchase Director
Business Category
  • Timeshare Resale and Rental Marketing
Additional Information
  • On December 27, 2013 Rest Land Property Management came to the BBB's attention, the company contacts consumers with the purposes of purchasing timeshares in Mexico.

    BBB verified that the address used by the company, 33 New Montgomery Street 16th Floor in San Francisco, CA, is actually the address of a government agency.

    BBB advises that unlicensed and unregulated timeshare resellers may pose as legitimate and licensed real estate brokers. In California, only licensed real estate brokers may list and sell timeshares for resale. BBB suggests that you ask for the individual's Department of Real Estate License. Be wary of a company that requests payment via cash, wire transfer, money order or cashiers check. Check with the developer of your timeshare unit and ascertain if they offer a resale or buyback program. BBB also suggests that you obtain information on the buyers and make certain that the payments you make are placed in an independent trust account or escrow of your choice that your money is secured until release.

    If you believe you have been the victim of a Timeshare Resale Scam please contact:
    The California Department of Real Estate at
    The District Attorney, Sherriff or local police in your community.
    The Federal Trade Commission
    Federal Bureau of Investigation



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Rest Land Property Management


Rest Land Property Management