At right, Attorney Michael Linn followed out of the courtroom by his clients, the Gonzales family on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Defendant Erica Burdg, a Modesto real estate agent, pleaded no contest to misleading the family, who thought they were buying a home in Newman. Burdg claimed the family didn't qualify to purchase the home, so her family bought the home and rented it to the Gonzales family.
At right, Attorney Michael Linn followed out of the courtroom by his clients, the Gonzales family on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Defendant Erica Burdg, a Modesto real estate agent, pleaded no contest to misleading the family, who thought they were buying a home in Newman. Burdg claimed the family didn't qualify to purchase the home, so her family bought the home and rented it to the Gonzales family. The Modesto Bee
At right, Attorney Michael Linn followed out of the courtroom by his clients, the Gonzales family on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2013. Defendant Erica Burdg, a Modesto real estate agent, pleaded no contest to misleading the family, who thought they were buying a home in Newman. Burdg claimed the family didn't qualify to purchase the home, so her family bought the home and rented it to the Gonzales family. The Modesto Bee

Modesto real estate agent pleads no contest in fraud case

September 11, 2013 3:40 PM