If you have entrusted Dan Shrader with your home,be very careful as he doesn't bother to make the mortgage payments,but collects rents from tenants who get evicted with no knowledge of Shrader's dealings. I urge everyone to contact Sally Miller at the Indiana Attorney General's office. He has hurt a lot of people including neighbors of homes who have seen their home value drop due to foreclosures. I have lost my home because of this man,and my credit rating is ruined.
Hey folks, Justice here again. Just want to remind you that everyone of us has been duped by this sorry excuse of a human. Please,everyone contact Sally Miller at the state ag's office. There is strength in numbers. I think I'm going to start calling him... His cell phone is all over the net. Hopefully this will be the year Dan is put out of business.
My husband and I have had two dealings with Dan Shrader. In the spring of 2007 we sold our home to Dan to keep it from going into foreclosure. Because our financial situation was not good we also agreed to lease to purchase one of Dan's homes in our same neighborhood. The sale of our other home went fine and without a hitch leading us to believe that our purchase of the home we were now in was going aong fine. Anything BUT the case.
In October 2009 we learned that Dan had let the home we were leasing go into foreclosure and he hadn't made a mortage payment since May 2009 even though we'd been paying him! Not only were we being sued for the past due amount on the house but so was the original owner who had entrusted Dan and his company to manage his house and rent, lease or sell it for him.
We stopped paying Dan at the advice of an attorney and banked the funds. In January 2010 Dan sued us for eviction for non payment of rent even though he had pocketed nearly $7000 of our money from June-October. In February we went to court on the eviction issue and lost! He managed through lying to evict us from our home. Someone needs to stop this man before he causes more damage to good, hard working, honest people!
I know Jason personally, and he's not a bad person. He had several projects that could not get refinanced when the market crashed. He was put in a very difficult position, and did the best he could with the worst real estate crash in our lifetime. Get over it and move on