We moved here last June. We been having Consistent AC issues. It’s over 90 degrees in my apartment. The only reason it got solved is because winter came and it start getting colder. We bought fans To compensate for the heat. There is no water pressure in the shower. Please done move here. I will not renew my lease. We pay too much money for rent to live in a Sweat box
Due to the pandemic, recent divorce, and job loss, I was unable to make my rent payment on time. I understand that I signed a lease agreement to pay rent by the 3rd of each month, but given the situation that I have explained above, I was hoping for a little bit of a grace period. I explained over the phone to the leasing office that I was going to be unable to pay the full lease amount for July by the 3rd, but that I would pay within the next week once I got paid from my job. I asked if for this ONE time, that I could have some grace so that I would not be charged a late fee. The person that I spoke with explained that “they could not move the late fee, and that the late fee was an automatic charge that could not be removed from my account.” I begged that this not happen because I have two children, and as a divorced dad who has many financial obligations, I begged that I not get charged a late fee because I have to be able to buy food. They did not care, and they did nothing to help me. The leasing office said that they would contact me with assistance programs, etc. However, they have still not contacted me to help. It is sad but very obvious that they do not care about anyone’s situation. It has been shown through research that the average hourly wage ($18.76 per hour per person for the United States) is not enough to afford a two bedroom townhome/apartment, and this hourly wage is actually $6.00 per hour less than what is required to afford a two bedroom townhome/apartment. Yet, despite research and many suffering during a pandemic, leasing offices, real estate agencies, landlords, and property managers do not care about anything except making money. I hope that the federal government will step in and better regulate the outlandish cost of rent as we prepare for another inevitable housing market crash (which is definitely what the property owners who treat their tenants deserve). Hopefully, the home values decrease so that this becomes a buyer’s/renter’s market again instead of a seller’s/leasing market.
I moved my family here thinking we were moving to somewhere nice... we were mistaken. We have been here since mid-December and there has been nothing but issues. And I don't mean simple minor issues, kitchen sink won't drain type issues. Maintenance doesnt know when they are coming to fix the dish washer, issues. It's like meeting the most attractive person, that promises all the finer things in life and finding out they are the biggest liars in Birmingham. Maybe Rhonda at 6 on your side can get some movement out of the staff and maintenance because paying rent doesn't. Sewage in the sink doesn't move anybody in the office. For the rent, move anywhere else.
I've read all the reviews and the complaints, management I know you can do better than having pre-written notes, look it up in the dictionary what management actually means. I am retired government United States armed forces. You wouldn't like it if I moved in. 69 years of age. This is just a warning . Get it together I'll make it legal.
I just moved in & I want to move out! I’m gonna call BBB & hopefully that helps
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