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This renter and her family took me for 3 months rent ($6,000.00) and also stole the furnishings from the rental house. We had to take her to court to move her from the house. They are noisy renters whose son is a marijuana fiend. Their neighbors called the cops on them several times for noise violations and from being physically threatened from their son. They are currently renting from some poor guy in our neighborhood but will contact him soon to warn him of their history. They are from the Bronx, New York and they show it. If you rent to them, they will always be late with the rent. Have over 5 bounced checks from them. They say that Albert, her shady boss will cover her costs, but that is a lie. All they will tell you is lies.
Brendan Church (born 1989) originally from Chicagoland, IL now living in Arizona, should be avoided. He refused to let my agent in to show the place for new tenants nearly 10 times. He would purposely ignore my agent at the door, his phone, and email even with proper notice. After tallying up the damage and subtracting out the security deposit, he still owed money and will not pay, and does not answer his phone.
The lease clearly stated that no smoking was allowed in the unit, but cigarette cartons, cigarette butts, and a clear stench of cigarette smoke wafted through the house.
Everything was used when his rent was late multiple times- lost his wallet, was in court/jail, forgot/out of town, lost in mail, you name it. He just doesn’t care, and is clearly a bum.
On the day of move out (7/22/10), I asked the manager to inspect together but she refuesed and said that she never inspected an apt with a resident.
I cleaned everything and everything was working condition. So I was confident to show her my apt on t7/22/10.
However, the manager inspected on 8/1/10 which is 10 days after I moved out.
1) Now (8/28/10) I received a bill saying that garbage disposal is broken and I need to pay 60 dollars.
Why am I responsible for the thing happen after I moved out? When I moved out, it was working.
2) They gave me candle holder, towel, shower curtain when I moved in. So I cleaned everything and returned their belongs in a good condition where it was.
Now they charged me 30 dollars because I returned their items in a good condition and saying it is a garbage now for them.
3) They sent me the bill to the old address which is their apt address even though I gave them a correct new address.
Now they asked me to pay the late fee.
4) I paid all the rent fee before I moved out and I made sure several times.
Now they said that I did not pay the whole thing and need to pay extra rental fee.
I even asked them to give me a written proof saying that I paid all the rental.
They refused to do so before and now they are saying that I did not pay the whole thing.
This lexington park apt in columbus ohio is doing a sneaky business.
I am going to ask help from my attorny from my grad school.
A work order is written for every request but the work isn’t always done, nor is it good quality. They will stiff you with penalties, and nickle & dime you to death.
I moved in March 2009 with inadequate heat concerns; of six radiators only two were even slightly warm at one end of them. They kept sending the maintenance guy to bleed them, or asking me to do it in which the situation never improved. It took me writing a certified letter on December 29th, threatening to get my own HVAC source to investigate it to get the whole heating system attended to.
I reported that the building is poorly insulated with frost on the windows, and serious drafts coming through. I ended up buying window insulation kits, attempting to handle the concern myself. I kept a thermometer reading which was at the highest reading of 50 degrees.
The interesting thing is I traveled for work and was only in my 1-bedroom apartment 10 days a month, yet my heating bill was more than a friend of mine who lives in a big house with a family of five!
They have a move-in check list that allows you to report the conditions you find the unit in for comparison at move-out time, and consideration of your refund deposit. This check list is not taken into full consideration, and some items will be ignored. They outsourced a cleaning company that nitpicked so much that most of my refund was denied me. (Mind you, the place was filthy with boogers on the wall when I moved in.)
I came into financial hardship in June and decided to enlist the assistance of a community organization to pay July rent. When a check was cut for July rent it was sent to the wrong address. When it was returned and re-sent PIP charged them for late fee, in which case they wouldn’t cut another check just for that fee so I had paid $67.00 to them.
I was just sent a letter refunding me the fee for dirty window blinds. They finally read my move-in claims stating that these blinds were filthy. They also had the audacity to say radiator heat is not as comfortable as forced air heat. I grew up with radiators in our home. I remember it being so warm we had to crack windows, or turn some off. Hell, we dried clothes on them!