Before I write him off in about two weeks, I'll call and ask if there are any vacancies. Then ask if I can inspect them. if not, I'll place one star on the reviews.
Some Landlords or their managers think they hold all the cards.
One other thing, I sent him an email a week ago listing all the information and fees required and he has not answered yet.
He is not the only lease manager that has ignored email requests based on my experience. However I will give him another chance to comply with my requests. Most of the information found on websites regarding apartments come's up short and one has to pry this information out of them in person. Maybe the lease managers do it differently in other States.
I have narrowed down my choice to just three apartments out of about a dozen. This is why I am giving him a second chance. If I do not find a vacancy in those three, then I will place all my property in storage and go homeless rather then pay a outragious increase in rent at my present location for a month to month lease.
If I have to go homeless, the big benefit for me is I'll be able to pay down my credit card bill and pay it off in about 7 months or less.