A South Bay man accepted hundreds of offers from open houses. But the homes weren’t for sale

Econ & Housing

Adolfo Schoneke of Torrance was sentenced to nine years in prison for a scheme involving fake open houses at not-for-sale homes that netted nearly $12 million. Above, an unrelated open house in Los Angeles. (Allison Dinner / Getty Images) Like any legitimate real estate and escrow agents in the red-hot Southern California housing market, Adolfo…

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