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"It was an all around fantastic experience. I have purchased a number of properties and never before felt like I really had someone on my side (paying attention to" and explaining the numbers at closing, working with unresponsive seller's agents, and meeting on short notice). He very quickly was able to get a sense of what I was looking for and was all around wonderful throughout the entire process. Couldn't recommend him more!

-Sally W.

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"This is the most unprofessional group of people I have ever come across. They are the management company for my
. They hit homeowners with" bogus and outrageous fines. They condone and encourage selective enforcement. They have created a huge liability by ignoring numerous request for financial documents that were sent via certified mail. The owner Vic Bosnich is quick to file a
and attempt forcloseure on a unit for filing a complaint with the BBB. Yes he will fine you for filing a complaint and then try to foreclose. They claimed to be accredited by the BBB he is not. They do not follow the laws set by the Texas uniform Condominu Act. Example by not sending out proper notice of monthly and yearly meetings. I could on and on with proof documentation not to mention the major dislike that a great majority of owners have for this company.

-Clifford J.

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Most states require a seller or landlord to disclose a death in the home. Absent of there being an undisclosed death, the tenant doesn't have a leg to stand on. Usually, small claims court will order the tenant to forfeit the deposit and pay for any unrented time in the home. However, if the tenant can prove that there was an undisclosed death in the home prior to their renting it, you may be liable for a full refund of all rents, deposits and moving expenses.
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Property Managing reviews in Cheyenne

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Fantastic. The people at
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are professionals and don't waste any time. Other companies wasted my time with repeated phone calls and visits.
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things done and for a lower cost.
- Taylor T.
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When called them, they give property manager's number; property manager will give number for business owner who is supposed to take care of damage.
The congress can get stuff done faster than the
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management team.
I am disappointed calling them multiple times and not getting anything done.
I truly hope that association will get someone else to manage the property.


- Ravin G.
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I started working with yllco in November 2014, after a friend referred them. I have been having difficulties with my tenant being behind on rent and having done significant damage to the property. We managed to get him out in a decent amount of time, but I was left with a huge rental income loss and the property was almost destroyed. The manager worked with me and helped me out significantly, knowing that I have financial difficulties getting the property rehabbed, from putting me in contact to very decently priced contractors to waiving or delaying fees until the we can get the property occupied. They will work with you and help you out. I rarely write reviews, but I felt this experience deserves one. Thank you guys and I look forward to working with you long term.
- Adrian M.
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In addition to the service listed above, I have used
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as my property management company since May 2012, when I moved from Indy to Dallas. Since that time, I have been kept apprised of all situations regarding my property and have received timely rent receipts. They are the "go-to" property management company for the Indianapolis area!
- Valerea M.
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She has helped find tenants for our rental home. She has a great list of contractors to work with when it came to repairing our home. She is always available with problems or questions. Her contract is very well thought out. She also visits tenants to see how things are going and making sure the home is kept in order. She always keeps in contacts with us so there are no surprises. She is always hands on and establishes a great rapport with everyone.
- Joseph H.
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At first things went pretty well.
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's email communications were abrupt to the point of rudeness, but that would have been tolerable except for what happened next. Four months into the contract, the renter moved out; at the same time, some mold was discovered in the house. At that point,
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terminated the (supposedly 12-month) contract; they told me to fix the mold myself and then, when the house was clean, to contact them for another contract. Even though they had not given the requisite period of notice, I allowed them to terminate the contract since I didn't want someone managing my property who will suddenly quit on me like that.
As a result, (off-island the whole time) I had to research Big Island mold inspectors--and then mold remediators--all the while calling in favors from friends to hold the house keys and meet the inspectors, insurance adjustors, remediators, etc. I had hired
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precisely so I would NOT have to do these things myself long-distance, and they deliberately chose not to fulfill their contract.
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charges a somewhat smaller fee than some other management companies, and they trumpet the fact that they do not charge you the fee if your house is not being rented. Unfortunately, what that means in practice is that if they don't have renters for your property, they will do as little as possible (because it's not making them money)--and if substantial problems arise, then they will quickly throw you under the bus.
Bottom line,
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abandoned me when I needed their services the most. I have now found much better property managers in the
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area, and I thus advise everyone to stay clear of
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- Andrew R.
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I was initially impressed with the sales person. They came out to meet with me to go over the process of renting out our house. One red flag was that they incorrectly told me to transfer the water and trash service to the renter where I later learned that it's best to keep that in the owner's name (in Minneapolis anyway).
The main problems came in their lack of follow up after that initial appointment. When someone tells me that they are going to follow up with me in the morning only for me to call them three days later that gets at a bigger issue of trust. Can I trust other things they say? In Renter's Warehouse case, not so much. The sales person initially told me that a second level bedroom may not have a big enough window to qualify for a legal bedroom. I found this strange as it is a regularly sized bedroom window. He said he would follow up with me after checking with someone else in the company. After he didn't follow up (yet another instance of lack of follow through) I emailed and he just sent me some generic city codes on bedroom windows in response.
I am so glad after reading the reviews here that the salesperson was poor. I am grateful that Renter's Warehouse didn't place an actual tenant at my home.
- Steve P.
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They send us our rent on time each month by direct deposit. We are very happy with the management of the repairs and the quality of the tenant they found for us.
- Emily S.

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Advanced Electrical Systems

5134 Sycamore Road
Cheyenne

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36 Prince Street

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431 PINE ST
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311 W Lincolnway
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