You don't sound too convincing. Looks like just a vindictive posts with no details supporting any claims. Besides, "very tenantable" sounds already bad enough for a 1 year old unit.fox99y wrote:A close friend of mine rented La Fleur unit#04-01 for a year. He shared with me his unpleasant experience after he vacated recently.
The owner of the unit, a younger Indian (Tamil), is very particular about the assets being rented out. That includes every single square inch of the walls, doors, kitchen table, bed frame, mattress, flooring, glass, and all other small or big accessories. That means when you will be leaving the house after a year of tenancy he would want it to be brand new, after you have paid about $25,000 in rental.
My friend was the first one to rent this unit out. Most of the furniture provided was second hand, apparently disposables from the landlord’s house. Later on, my friend couldn’t miss the rental transfer or aircon maintenance, or else he would receive stringent hourly follow-up. The noise, dust and mosquitoes from the never ending construction site across the road are equally unbearable. To my knowledge that’s a struggling project which will go on forever.
Finally, my friend left the unit in a very tenantable condition with minor wear and tear. But the landlord (and his agents) deducted a large portion of the security deposit and returned the change to my friend. He did not protest due to other important engagements but I hope another tenant interested in this house doesn’t go through such experience. Let me know if you have any questions about renting this house or the area, and I will be glad to assist.
It's an experience, Pal. Sharing it to make other tenants aware what they may get into. I can't influence anyone's decision, but can share.Pal wrote:"Let me know if you have any questions about renting this house or the area, and I will be glad to assist."
Is this an ad? An invitation for an offer?
My apology, I had no intention of offending one the appointed agents. Tenants know the qualities of vultures, they will understand what is written above. I reckon the responder had fair share in my friend's seized security deposit and his frustration shows that he has been unable to find new tenants despite renovating the house with my friend's money.sundaymorningstaple wrote:In addition to that, the poster is a serial complainer. All over hungrygowhere complaining about every place the poster has been to. Nothing complimentary at all, so I discount everything the poster is saying. In fact, I reckon he is "the friend".
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