Donald McNurlin reviewed in the last weekQuality Poor to fairWhen I rented a house from them from 2010 - 2012, the following happened: Move-In: The house was filthy. They only threw on a quick coat of paint; the registers were all dirty; the fans all had a build-up of dirt on them; the carpet was filthy. The overhead fluorescent light in the kitchen did not work properly due to faulty ballast. During leasing periods: They increased the price of my rent and would have charged me a $100/month rent increase the third time I re-signed the lease unless I opted for a 1-year rental agreement. The light in the kitchen was never repaired. A discrepancy found with the dishwasher was never addressed. Upon move-out: In spite of the fact that I had the carpets professionally cleaned, my security deposit was docked $320.00 for a "pet enzyme odor removal" in spite of the fact that I kept the place clean, ensured that I kept up after my pets, and had the carpet professionally cleaned in accordance with the contract, and I forfeited $225.00 worth of rent. I do not recommend utilizing Re/Max Infinity for your leasing needs. There are other property managers in the area, go with them.
911 Gulf Breeze ParkwayGulf Breeze, FL 32561
From Business: I help people buy and sell homes in Pensacola, Milton/Pace, cantonment, Gulf Breeze, Navare.
Pam is incredibly unprofessional and directly dishonest. Unfriendly. and Unhelpful. Why she chose to be in this business is a mystery. I know she runs at least three other business as well. A tile company in Milton as a rental property business Magnolia rental properties. I wouldn't trust her for all three.. I was warned not to use her, But went against it and did anyway I ended up walking away after feeling like I was not important as well as highly deceptive behavior. If you do plan to use her. DO YOUR HOMEWORK. Know exactly what you want and what your willing to pay. DEMAND excellent work. and take pictures of any problems and write them down. Document everything. trust me it will come down to it for her to admit any problems or poor work. Walk away. walk away.