apples, thanks for offering to "help" if you are even capable of that, but for these people, it's far too little, and WAY TOO LATE. No, I was not fired. I was not aware MBS fired people, I though they just didn't pay their employees. Oh wait, yes they do. Two weeks late, and then the checks still bounce This has been reported by several employees, so once again, not an exaggeration. i wonder if that's the reason the Wage and Labor Board is investigating MBS and the EEOC has a lawsuit agianst them. HHMMMM
I'm sure you think you can take care of every single person's problem here, and that's just not possible. Furthermore, like i said, too little, too late, it's become legal now. I hope the best outcome for these residents/ex-residents. And I know you won't "argue disorganized ponits" because you can't. But that's okay. We knew once again that an MBS employee would not have the answers. Thanks for trying. Oh, and if the Maintenance is so stellar and on top of everything, why did they forget to turn off the timers on the sprinklers at the Retreat so they ran all night in the freezing cold and left approximately 2" thick sheets of ice all over the property????? This is NOT an exaggeration.
Apples, if you CAN help, it's not going to be at this level. what you need to do is educate your ENTIRE company and on site staff of EVERY property. Things like Fair Housing, such as sending a memo to the Retreat of hours children can play outside. CHILDREN?!?!?! That is SUCH a Fair Housing violation!!! You cannot restrict a certain age group of people to do or not do something on your property. DUH!!!!!! And how about training them on common freakin' courtesy. On several properties, checks and money orders were stolen/misplaced. rather than notify the residents, they just gave them eviction notices. How rude is that? Was it some kind of plan to see how pissed off they could get residents? What should have been done was ran a delinqeuncy, and sent everyone on it an eviction notice with a note attached stating the problem and that if they had paid rent already to provide proof within 24 hours. That would have been the "right" thing to do, since it was NOT the resident's fault the money was gone.
good luck, apples, and i mean it. i do not stoop to levels of slander or petty quick remarks. i only state FACTS. these are facts, and if you can do something about them, GREAT!