I don't look back on this same Trula posting for answers after mine.
Emily S. Knell
Realtor Since 1996
Realty ONE Group
Inland Mediation Board brochure
Sheryl Arndt, Broker â€“ Sr. Loan Officer
If she still doesn't do it, pay for it keep the received and discout it from the rent. If she balks at it talk to her manager.
If you submit these requests in writing along with your November rent and they cash the rent, they cannot say the requests were not received. As you probably know, just because a manager would like you to move that doesn't mean that you have to move. It is always best to try to work things out amicably before involving the city. If all of your requests go unanswered, you can ask LAHD to step in and require the owner to handle them.
I hope you can avoid that with clear and direct communication.
Is the manager extremely busy, forgot, or are you being ignored? Are your requests reasonable or are they out of the scope of what management is required to handle?Are you talking about a resident manager or an off site property manager? Have you submitted your requests in writing? Has it been a few days or a few weeks?
There are so many variables here that we would need to know to be able to really help. I am happy to answer any questions you may have on this thread or at my personal email.
All the best,
Jessica M. Acker
Wellman Realty Company
Wellman Property Management, Inc. http://www.jessica.ismyreagent.com
(310) 828-3132 Office
1415 Stanford St., Suite #2
Santa Monica, CA 90404
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