Ouch! Well, let me say, first of all, we are completely surprised by this review. I never even met these folks until they had been there a month, much less heard a complaint. When I first walked in to meet them, I was taken aback by the ransacked condition of the house. It looked as though teenagers lived there.
There were three nurses with all different shifts for two months. They were very pleasant in every interaction I ever had with them. Cute and sweet as can be.
The living room was rearranged and everything shoved in the corners, Pictures removed from the walls and decorations taken down and stored as well in the corners of the living room. Articles crammed into the kitchen cabinets deemed unnecessary. Linens were shoved behind the furniture in the living room for some unknown reason. A lot of things we simply removed from the house to make more room.
By all appearances This House was never in two months cleaned.
In addition, We allowed them to have a dog . We are Still finding clumps of doghair where they never cleaned after him.
Dog poop was not picked up in the yard and we received several complaints from other tenants, who even posted a "clean up your dog waste "sign outside their unit.
The hallway had six foot long wardrobe stand, as well as in the living room, which certainly didn't help the clutter issue.
As for barging in unannounced, Never once did We simply open the door . We would always knock (as is practice and habit to announce housekeeping ).
Of course, the dog would bark. Usually I would find one of the three tenants asleep . I always apologized if I disturbed .
There was never a time that there was not someone in the house , so it was difficult to maintain the property without interacting with somebody.
The Only reason we even went inside was because we were having water leak issues and eventually had to replace the hot water heater .
I texted many times asking a good time to go by with repairmen. Each time I was there I was told it was no problem , they were easy going. I was usually informed of who would be in the house since they worked three different shifts.
ONE isolated incident I showed a prospective tenant the house a couple days before they were to check out. It was the second interaction I had even had with this nurse the entire two months. After the incident we were asked for notice before showing the house, which we found amusing considering the perpetually trashed filthy disheveled condition of the house. A person could not even walk in his room it was so amass with his belongings. It is understandable to need a lot of things to be able to live two months somewhere times three, not to mention it was obviously a standoff on whom was left to clean what in the house . Then to turn around and criticize the condition of the house is ludicrous.
My property manager and I have looked back at all our texts and nowhere did we find one complaint while they were there . We were assured everything was fine many times .
The refrigerator is two years old and I was never told it was broken. Never heard about a fake fingernail.
In fact , aside from being terrible slobs, I thought these kids were very nice and happy to be there. My property manager felt the same way.
Again, We are quite taken aback by this negative review. We have many pictures that we would be happy to submit but apparently not possible in this review process.
As far as recommending these folks as guests, well ... They are very nice and they have a sweet black lab.