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Indianapolis Property Managing Articles

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"It's only fair if I start at the beginning. I moved into my apt. roughly 2 years ago on the dot - and I'm fully aware that you only get what you pay for - which I why I felt they deserved a C rather than completely trashing the company as a whole. I was aware that I wasn't moving into the
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when I signed my lease with
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, however, nothing could have prepared me for the headaches that would come from the dealings with this company.
When you move in, you are required to walk through the apartment and write a list of every detail in the apartment that isn't in tip-top shape to avoid losing your deposit when you choose to leave - makes sense. I would have thought that once I handed you a laundry list of problems with my apartment, at some point there would be someone who came to fix these issues - seeing that I was a brand new tenant - this however, was not the case. I still have broken light fixtures in my kitchen and the cealing in my bathroom leaks from time to time when the guy above me decides to take a shower (he's flooded his bathtub one too many times - he's a heavy drinker) luckily its falling into the tub as opposed to the floor. The washer and dryer facilities function at a 4 out of 10 on the best day ever - Honestly, if they were free, I would probably still go elsewhere. I'm sure I left a few things out, but thats to be expected with any lengthy list.
The straw that broke the camels back was recent. I was sitting on my couch watching the football game when I began to hear water flowing onto the ground in my kitchen - not dripping - flowing. Seeing as I live alone and was fully aware that I wasn't running any water, you can imagine my surprise when I see that my kitchen sink is completely full to the point that it is steadily overflowing onto the kitchen floor. In my shock, I found the plug and tried to stop the water, but with the water pressure coming up rather than pressing down, the drain plug only worked if I had my arm submerged in a foot and a half of backed up sewer water. I had to sacrifice a few moments of water droppage while scrambling to find my phone to call the maintenance man. The maintenance man was able to contact a plumber and I only had to stand in my kitchen hunched over the sink with my arm in the sink and standing in 3 inches of water - for about 2 hours.
Once the plumber had arrived, he was able to get everything under control which I was very happy about. However, during the process, he pointed out the plumbing issue that caused basically everything. He was able to see that there was a pressure valve (which are never meant to be horizontal) that had been used to replace the usual down pipe, that was coming out of my wall horizontally. Not only is the plumbing outdated, but its also not built to meet code... Needless to say, the same faulty equipment that has already failed, was installed yet again.
As I mentioned before, I am a firm believer that you get what you pay for. However, my understanding was that I was paying for a roof over my head (preferably not leaking) and running water (preferably running in the proper direction) - both of which have struggled in their own ability to function properly. I'd like to be reminded again of what a property management company does if not properly manage my property?
All in all - I want this review to reflect
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's inability to even remotely pretend to care about the well being or living conditions of their tenants.

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"
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was listed at the top of the property managment companies on Angie's List. I called asking for contractual information if they were to serve as a leasing agent for a rental home. I was impressed with their responsiveness. However, due to an overload of work, they put me off for a month. I guessed that "the best" might be in higher demand. I waited six weeks to meet with them for a set appointment to walk through the property and finalize the listing contract. The day of the appointment I was informed by email that the company would not take on the property and would not show up for the scheduled appointment. While "the best" might be able to be selective, it was still unprofessional to leave a potential client hanging on for six weeks, and then cancel via email. I shared my displeasure in an email response.
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"I was facing a tight deadline to get a number of repairs done before the date of closing.
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came to my rescue doing most of the work himself but also coordinating the work of two subcontractors-a glass company and a mold remediation company. His ability to get the work done on time ensured that the sale of my house would go through as planned. When I moved into my new "old" house, he coordinated several repair jobs. For this last appointment,
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came out with his assistant at the time of the appointment. The original light that I had purchased was broken so he returned it to Lowe's for me. He painted the bathroom on one day and the trim on the following day. He worked with his team to replace lights that were no longer working, build a fancy doggie door, install new door locks, and a new door leading to my garage. He is very personable and is a perfectionist. His prices are more than reasonable. If you hire
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"After staying in a smaller home this company has managed for years, we were instructed by the owner to ask them to clean the place. We then get a cleaning bill for $630 for 18 hours of cleaning at $35/hour over a four day period. Mind you that this bill did not include window cleaning, exterior cleaning, car washing, gardening or anything else but an interior cleaning. This is not a big place. It is a condo, and part of a duplex.
I'd say the living space is markedly less than 2,500 square feet. We left this house completely in order, and I dare say clean, and ready for another occupant. We were prepared to pay, at the most, $200. More likely $100 to $150, and we would expect it to be absolutely immaculate after that.
That
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did not recognize this to be an exorbitant charge, and that they did not bother to inform us about this huge expense, and that they did not provide us with an option to find our own cleaner, is absolutely despicable, lame, deplorable, sneaky, and rude. I will cross myself and say "caveat emptor" (let the buyer beware) should this company's name come up in conversation.
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/Our House Property Management has repeatedly refused to provide our Homeowners Assoc with resident database information needed to confirm which residents are current on their yearly assessments and which residents are delinquent.
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has also refused to provide a list addresses which are occupied by renters."
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"I did not expect it to be $595 because we cleaned and kept the house in good shape. I paid my rent on time and was a very good home owner. I have been unable to get a hold of him or the company to discuss the amount that was taken from me. We left the house in good enough shape that if someone wanted to move in, they could have."
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are ABSOLUTELY wonderful. We hired them to trash out 3 units, General cleaning, Carpet Cleaning, winterization, Lock change, replaced all interior doors in two units, and some drywall repair... to be honest when we hired them I really didn't feel that two women could
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the task but.... WOW I'm glad they proved me wrong. We would Highly recommend them if your looking to get the Job done right and very fair on prices, We will be using there services again A+ RATING"
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"The second time I visited the house, I noticed a slightly musty odor. The agent said it had been vacant for a bit and just needed airing out, which seemed plausible. I should've run far away at this point, but signed a lease anyway. Fast forward to moving day. The apartment smells like the worst musty basement odor you can imagine.
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advises: ?It?s an old house, just air it out.? I've lived in more than a dozen houses and apartments built anywhere from the 1890s to the 1930s and I?ve never experienced this. The smell didn't go away. I was next told to dry out the place with an air conditioner, which also didn't work.
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sent people out to inspect the apartment, but none thought the smell was sufficiently bad to warrant action. I suspect mold was growing somewhere in the walls or attic. 24/7, the air in the apartment was THICK and wet. Meanwhile, my oven turned on and off by itself. It took weeks for
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to take care of this. They finally sent a replacement, which was second-hand and CAKED with old food and grime. I complained and finally got another replacement that was clean. They also didn't supply us with the promised lawnmower. They sent us a large, heavy electric lawnmower and there was nowhere to store it. It was too heavy and bulky to carry downstairs to the basement and the garage was still unusable. I began to lobby
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to allow me to move out because things were obviously not right there. They said the owner of the house,
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of Zionsville, according to
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County
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records, was intransigent. I explored my options with the city health department, mold testers and legal aid. Finally
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granted me a lease release, which requires a payment of two months? rent. I paid more than $1,000 for the privilege of moving out of their defective apartment. This was a huge financial setback for me. They offered to let me sublet the apartment and not pay the penalty and I feel awful that I actually showed this apartment to other people?I thought someone else might not mind the odor and was scared about losing that money. I?ve never in my life had this type of problem in 14 years as a renter and I?ve had the gamut of certifiably crazy to awesome landlords, from big management companies to single-property owners. I?ve lived in beautiful vintage apartments to a rundown bungalow next door to a crackhouse. This was my worst experience by far. The only redeeming feature of this whole experience was that they did finally let me out of the lease, which, according to Indiana law, they did not have to do. In a weird way, I do kind of appreciate that, but I think that feeling may be Copenhagen Syndrome-
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"I had signed a lease with a different property management company, and eventually
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took over. My entire experience with them was terrible. They refused to adhere to any portion of the lease I had signed, and we finally just moved out. She dropped by unannounced on several occasions to show the house, and they then illegally withheld our deposit. They eventually paid us a very small portion of the deposit, nearly a month past the legal date by which they were required to return it, and cited ridiculous reasons for withholding the rest (ie charging several hundred dollars to service the furnace, which is the responsibility of the homeowner. We sent receipts that we had even paid to have the filters changed, but they refused to refund the rest of the deposit because we had smoked in the house, which was never disallowed per the lease we signed.) This company would not allow us to speak with the homeowner, who was in California, and all communication took weeks and weeks. She never returned emails, and all calls to her go straight to voice mail and are never returned.
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is irresponsible, unresponsive, and really has no business running a property management company. They never managed anything, only drove out good tenants (and left the property uninhabited for almost a year, since the only effort she made to fill the house was to post Craigslist ads). If you are thinking of renting through her, do not. And if you are thinking of hiring her to lease your property, run in the other direction!
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"This was a perfect experience. I miss the old times at
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Park. The on-site staff was professional, fast, and clean. The property is as described on their web page: clean, friendly and has mature landscaping (park like setting). The complex was safe, free of insects, warm in winter, cool in summer, quiet, and a wonderful place for academic individuals. I would move back without a doubt given the
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1st Rate (At Everything)

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332 South Fillmore Ave.
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10162 Apple Blossom Circle
Fishers, IN

5 Stems LLC

9780 Crosspoint Blvd
Fishers, IN

A & E Handyman

737 Maple Ln
Brownsburg, IN

A Helpful Hand

11818 Kittery Drive
Fishers, IN

A NEW BEGINNING LAWN & LANDSCAPE

735 Mountain Pine DR
Greenwood, IN

A-1 Cleaning

4 Ringwood Way
Anderson, IN

A.G. Enterprises,LLC

34 West Street
Mulberry, IN

A.T. Dream Builders

5015 east Watson road
Mooresville, IN

ABC Home Rentals

P.O. Box 904
Noblesville, IN

AJ Maintenance

11291 N Creekside Dr
Monrovia, IN

Alexs Handy Service

437 Orange St
Indianapolis, IN

All 4 One

1937 West Hamblen Drive
Indianapolis, IN

All Pro Lawn Care & Landscaping

7665 Madden Place
Fishers, IN