My experience with them was brief but unpleasant. I was helping my girlfriend move out of her apartment and was there for the inspection. The employee was very critical of the cleanliness of the apartment to the point that the average person would say it was clean or suitable for a 30 year old apartment and she described it as filthy and dirty. She was also very rude to me when I asked a simple question at the end to ensure my girlfriend had all that she needed. I will not rent from them in my lifetime, nor would I recommend them to anyone.
Some of Grant Properties actions amount to abuse, but they know to keep it just this side of illegal, so they get by with it... disrespect and disregard of tenants privacy; failure to give sufficient notice (they could probably get in trouble for that); trumping up excuses to keep security deposits. This company obviously exists to extract funds from students, who are warm bodies to to them. Have rented four places in Bloomington during senior year and grad school and have never been so disrespected or ripped off in a housing situation.
I would also give zero stars if I could. Lazy, cutting corners, rude to tenants, bogus fees, etc.. I cleaned for a full week and half before moving out, in accordance with their extremely detailed move out inspection guide, including dusting the light bulbs and cleaning under the refrigerator. I received a security deposit refund of 155 out the total 575, including 183 for repainting nails ( i used 4 nails. Does that cost $183 to fix?), 50 each for the bathroom, kitchen, and windowsills (??????). I complained about this, and when I finally had a meeting with them about this (for the person to whom I needed to talk was conveniently away, promised to return my call, and never did), they spoke a great game of waiving a few of the fees, assuring me of about $200 more of a refund, but they wouldn't have the check for me until the next day.I then get a call five minutes before they close saying that the original check I received was originally a BILL of 155, so that they would be subtracting that. So, in essence, for a virtually spotless apartment, they had withheld my entire security deposit and wanted to charge me an extra 155. Please stay away and encourage others to do the same. The business is simply feeding on college students and puts every possible obstacle in your way to keep them from doing what is right. They are deceitful and immoral, mores than any company I have every been involved with in my life.I stayed at the Bellevue apartments on 2nd and Grant. the Apartment was an absolute mess when I walked in, with stains everywhere, doors falling apart..They have yet to respond to any of my maintenance requests(including broken doors, a non working garbage disposal, windows that don't close). They do not even salt the parking lot during the winter.For your own good, STAY AWAY FROM GRANT PROPERTIES
I can not thank or praise Amy enough for all of her hard work. She dis an excellent job for us. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend her services to anyone.
9 days after purchase had a nightmare of a time with the vehicle. The guy who said he was the owner sold it to me. Dealership told me it was patched together for a quick sell. I wouldn't buy a hundred dollar bill from him for half price.
Buying a home can be extremely stressful, but after working with Amy, I realized that that's not always the case. She was great! She made it an enjoyable experience.
We had a great experience working with Amy at Re/Max Acclaimed Properties. She helped us sell our home faster than I could have imagined.
Amy and Georgia were great to work with. Both were very professional, and I received great support from them.
Amy helped me when I moved to Bloomington a few years ago. We found my first home, which I sold this past summer, and our current home with her.
I don't believe we could have worked with a better realtor than Amy. She was great, and very accommodating to our needs. We would work with her again in a heartbeat.