This is the worst property management company in Atlanta. They will not take care of problems. When I moved in they were going to meet me at the condo at 10:00am they never showed up. I had to call them several times demanding that someone open the condo. They showed up at 2:00pm cost me at extra $300.00.
The wall in the shower fell and the whole was 3feet by 6feet. It took three months to fix the problem. When Pat finally took care of the problem she started to tell me her personal problems. "My son-in-law does not like me" I almost fell over. I said "Oh, that is to bad".
They advertised the condo had a functional fireplace. It was not and lighting caused me to get burnt. One year latter after complaining they had someone come out to fix the fire place and they had no clue to what they were doing. Soot was all over the condo and I lost my furniture (Sofa. chairs, anything that had coving on it.
When they finally had a cleaning company clean up the mess (they did not do a good job) the cleaning crew took my vacuum cleaner, my broom, and my cleaning products. It took months to get my stuff back.
There is soon much more, but do not trust these people. Pat, has lied so many times. She never lets the truth get in the way of a good story.... more
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