I gave one star, only because you give a no star rating.
My son rented one of their townhouses for school, Davis rented the other 3 rooms. Realtors would show up without notice and walk in all the time. My son was surprised several times in his underwear and once he was in the shower, they asked him to come out. We called and stated this must stop immediately!
The placed a person who was autistic in the rental. Not a problem, except for the constant badgering from him to the other t...view moreenants. "telling them, I'm calling the cops, are you 21?" Walking into other people's rooms, using items that did not belong to him, etc. he was also on medications, this put the other tenants in a bad spot. They were there for school, not to babysit. The family lived locally.
My son had enough and wanted out. Davis did move him to another unit. Things were fine until it was time to move out.
My son had rented a new apartment closer to school in early May, giving him time to move. I received a call from Barbara stating my son hadn't handed in his keys. I told her I was quite aware, his lease did not expire until 12noon that Sunday and everything will be ready. My son did break a window and hired a company to repair it. The landlord entered the property at 7am that morning and proceeded to paint and God knows what else. My son never had time to take his own photos, due to them entering the property unannounced, and my son was still the renter. Ashley, owner of the property told my son, it was one of the best kept apartments he's seen. When my son requested his security deposit back, we suddenly received a bill for about $1,000 dollars. Nothing was detailed or itemized for supposed damages. When I called Barbara told us to send our appeals in writing, as well as my son. We have called, emailed, my son has gone to the office several times and no response, except the owner has pretty much been on vacation all summer. The one response we did receive, it was damages to the unit my son had left 5 months ago. I asked how can you make him responsible for damages "your stating" happened over 5 months ago, that he hadn't lived in. They state they have photos, I asked, where are they, when we're they taken and how do we know it's his unit?
My husband and I own a small contracting company, bought & sold real estate for profits as well . Stay AwAY! Too many other places to rent from.view less