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Woody Investments

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(9 Reviews)

815 16th St, Greeley, CO 80631

(970) 330-7427

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Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Services/Products
  • Property Management
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate Listings
  • Real Estate Services
Categories
Apartments, Real Estate Buyer Brokers, Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Management, Apartment Finder & Rental Service

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Flerp F.

05/05/2017

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BEDBUG HAVEN. Mold infested. Trashed Carpets. Just like living in a slum. James doesn't care about his tenants, only the money that goes in his pocket. Just another middle aged white dude with a lifted pick up truck trying to insist he knows everything. Sergio the maintenance man always seems to be on vacation. Do not rent with these people. You will certainly regret it.
Do you want the gift that keeps on giving (bed bugs??) Well, if you don't mind feeling like a mangy, flea-bitten dog all the time, live in a Woody's house!

Taffi F.

09/13/2016

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I have been renting from Woody's for about 3 months now and have nothing but good to say about them. Sergio has been extremely responsive and prompt to maintenance requests and the two lady's in the office have always been polite and quick to help me with whatever it was I needed.

April M.

02/13/2016

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Rude and unprofessional...they showed me the apartment and took my application then rented the place to someone else without telling me...When I called to ask about it they hung up on me

Sam J.

09/21/2015

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Stay away, the worst manager and managment and maintenance i ever met, and they charge you extra amount on damages where already their in the beginning . very bad landloard.

Cheri R.

07/06/2015

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Stay away! Horrible landlords. Lots of broken stuff that you don't notice when you move in. Contract is written so you'll NEVER get your whole security back. Never had any good experiences with them.

Amanda A.

03/21/2015

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This place is the worst place I've ever been in. Stuff was broken they never fixed.Stuff got broken they never fixed. We were left notes saying we haven't paid rent,and we had to go show proof. Once the left a not on my door, and said we owed rent plus late fees. I had to go to the office with receipts, and it turned out that our rent money was put on our neighbors apt. WTH?! Never go here,you will regret it!!!

woodyshaters

01/19/2013

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Absolutely WORST living situation possible. ALL OF THEIR HOUSES ARE DISGUSTING AND NOT TAKEN CARE OF. Be prepared for nasty carpets, cobwebs, leaks among the other problems you will encounter. They will get every penny they can from you. You'll be lucky to get your deposit back and NOT have hundreds or thousands of dollars in "damages" which were there before move in and not your fault. Many other people who have rented through them have had to take them to small court claims to get their money back. They do not care about you as tenants, they do no clean before or after you move in, they don't care about the quality of the house or repairs needed. We waited three months for a broken window to be fixed (which was broken when we viewed the house earlier that year, assuming it would be fixed by the time we moved in). Unprofessional, nickle and diming SOB's. Find other renters in Greeley such as Big Bear, Tanager or any privately owned one. You have been warned.

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First and foremost - I think the rating Woody Investments received from Better Business Bureau speaks for itself: F



Do not make the same mistake my roommates and I made. DO NOT RENT WITH WOODY. We have a 7 bedroom house that we each pay around $250 a month for. That sounds awesome, and is pretty cheap - which is exactly why we moved in.



The house is unbelievably run down. Somehow when we moved in everything was working just fine. About a week and a half after moving in everything started breaking down and causing problems. For example: pipes leak, the garbage disposal doesn't work, the drains get backed up and whenever we run the dishwasher the sink gets overflowed with backed up water. The plumbing in the whole house is horrible. Our downstairs bathroom only gets ice cold water in the shower and the toilet goes in and out of working. Our front door doesn't close all the way which causes cold air and snow to come in through the cracks. There are numerous things I could go on and on about, but I'll spare you and get to the point.



Every month we get a letter in the mail stating one of us didn't pay their portion of rent for the previous month. Every time we get one of these letters we have to go down to the office and tell them that they are wrong. We always bring our receipts to prove that we paid. It's a little ridiculous that this happens EVERY MONTH.



In a couple of days they will be "showing" the house, which means they can walk into our house 12pm - 7pm at any time from January until our lease is up (in May). They are not required to give us warning, so all of our privacy is out the window.



If you don't believe what I have to say, do a little bit more research and you'll find not one positive review!

kb911

08/28/2012

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Terrible company

The only reason they get one star is because zero is not an option. If you want a landlord who will lie to you, come into your house unannounced, surprise you with fake charges, take weeks, months (or most of the time never) to fix anything, then woody investments is the company for you! If you want to lose every penny of your $2,000 deposit while also getting charged an extra $500 in "damages" and $500 in extra rent and late fees, then go ahead sign a lease with them! Just make sure if you live with them you save every receipt for rent (they will try and tell you later on that some check you wrote a year ago was for $200 less than what it really was), you document EVERY SINGLE conversation you EVER have with ANY staff member (they will deny just about everything they tell you so make sure you get it in writing) and take a video walk through when you move in (they don't go through the house with you but will tell you ALL the "missing" things when you move out). Or you could just take your money to a company who cares about their tenants, runs their business like reliable ADULTS, won't come into your house unannounced and is actually friendly to you.