Richmond, VA Cci

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1. Cci

11623 Busy StRichmond, VA 23236

(804) 560-9422
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2. Sell To Cci Holdings

408 Bunker LnSandston, VA 23150

(240) 507-5891
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Helpful Reviews 
Atlantic Beacon Realty LLC
Anonymous R. rated

I am a CURRENT tenant who will soon be leaving and NEVER returning. If you haven’t already do NOT rent or buy from ATLANTIC BEACON LLC. I have been here less than one year and the problems have been endless. I had or still have PESTS in my home. I moved in with mice droppings throughout my kitchen and was expected to exterminate on my own using my own money. As you can see from the pictures there was a huge exterior maintanence problem that FINALLY did NOT get taken care of. As I type I still have something in my attic that will soon tear it’s way out into my home or die as they’ve patched up the hole but FAILED to properly remove what got in there in the first place. I filed complaints and it took months to get them out but they did not fail to do a POP UP visit to my house after I expressed i would not be renewing my lease and charge me a debris violation fee for recycled items on my back deck. I will be going to other sources to report this company. Office staff are completely untrained and well past unprofessional. They are a family business and I could not locate a corporate number to contact anyone else. I was told by the property manager himself that nothing is their problem unless he feels that it is. I beg anyone who reads reviews to NOT make this decision. If anything they need to be put out of business and not allowed to rent out properties to anyone but themselves. This house needs to be condemned. Who knows what has lived and died and is still living in the walls or under the houses foundation. They are unreliable and will take your money and con you into paying more for unnecessary reasons.

Clachan Properties
Eustace S. rated

Apartments are updated, clean, and have all the amenities you could need. Staff is usually very helpful and prompt. Definitely worth considering!

Vania B. rated

I was racially profiled by a staff member! A woman in a red Target shirt literally (and quite obviously) followed me around the store for 45 minutes! It was completely unbelievable! The craziest thing about it is she couldn't have been loss prevention dressed in the Target uniform and pushing around a basket full of items. The first thing I learned in retail was to never do LP's job, and she clearly had to have been a sales associate who was NOT doing HER job. I'd call myself lucky because I have never been followed around in a store in my life (at least not to my knowledge), and it was so terribly upsetting from a store I love to shop at... NEVER going back to this location.

Clachan Properties
Darline B. rated

Great experience with Clachan! So, here's the deal. I was transfered to VCU and needed a place asap. I ended up sub-leasing one of Clachan's apartments - a studio. I love my apartment, loved the experience with the ladies in the office. I am not moving anytime soon.

Clachan Properties
Layla D. rated

so I lived in a Clachan property the previous year, and moved on because of a roommate mismatch. Moved into a house in Jackson ward, and am about to move out again and am thinking about going back to clachan . I thought their management was actually quite easy and reliable to deal with, and that the prices were fair for what you are getting, which is essentially the convenience of a nice, modern apartment with one bill including all utilities.

Monroe Properties
Joe B. rated

DO NOT RENT FROM THESE SCAM ARTISTS--THEY CHARGE WHATEVER THEY WANT ON MOVE-OUT AND CALL IT "Other" on the invoice. We left the apartment SPOTLESS- SEE PHOTOS. Scam artist GRAHAM SECREST estimated $350 for paint on move-out, then charged us on the invoice $525 for paint. In our photos, there are no marks on any walls whatsoever. Every appliance, surface, and window was professionally cleaned by the crew we hired, yet we somehow got charged $195 for cleaning. They then charged $50 for "coordination" and $488 "other." We are taking them to court-- our photos show there certainly was NOT $1,158 worth of damage. Do NOT rent from Monroe Properties under ANY circumstances. Take your money and flush it down the toilet--you'll get a better deal.

Dickson & Associates Inc
Jasmine E. rated

Lived in one of the apartments of Dickson Properties for 4 years. We were very happy there! Only moved because we were leaving RVA. Great location, very very reasonable rent, and any maintenance issues were usually solved by the next day. Their buildings are older so the winters can be a little hard on your utility bill, but we got a space heater which really cut down our bill! Got our full security deposit back as well. Honestly, if you are act like an adult and not a young college student (i.e take care of the place, pay your rent, and have reasonable expectations) you will be totally happy with this company! Would do it again.

Exclusive Tax Service
Sally O. rated

I would never allow anybody else to complete my taxes from our business to personal. They know the tax laws and are constantly keeping updated on any changes which are usually many. We have been doing business with them for years and they treat you like family. I trust them totally!

Did You Know?

Painting can be a significant undertaking, whether you're painting just one room or an entire home. While some people like to take on this project themselves, many choose to hire professionals to ensure the task is completed correctly.

Types of Interior Paint

Matte Paint

Matte paint doesn't have a shiny quality when it dries, which many homeowners prefer for their interior walls. This is the most popular style of paint for homes. It covers up irregularities in the wall well but is also easily blemished.

Matte Enamel Paint

Matte enamel paint has all the positive qualities of matte paint but will last longer and isn't scuffed as easily.

Gloss Paint

Gloss paint will dry with a shine to it and is the second-most popular choice for interior wall paint. The shiny quality highlights imperfections in a surface, so people tend to stay away from it when painting wood.

Semi-Gloss Paint

Semi-gloss is also shiny but less so than gloss paint. It's more commonly used on trim than on walls.

Satin Paint

Satin falls somewhere between gloss and matte in terms of shininess. It will highlight imperfections well, like gloss, but is easy to clean.

Eggshell Paint

Eggshell is also between gloss and matte on the shininess scale, but it won't highlight imperfections quite as much as satin, semi-gloss, or gloss.

Types of Exterior Paint

Exterior paints have similar choices for finishes as interior paints, but the pros and cons can be different for outdoor use.

Gloss Paint

Though gloss paint will make imperfections easily seen, it will also hold up to the elements the best. This paint is best suited for areas of a home or building that are frequently used, like door frames.

Semi-Gloss Paint

Semi-gloss paint is similarly long-lasting but isn't as shiny as gloss.

Satin Paint

Satin paint is commonly used for siding but will display irregularities underneath if the siding isn't in good shape.

Flat Paint

Flat paint is the best choice if painting over siding that has many dents, scrapes, or other imperfections.

Oil-Based Paint

If you're repainting a home that has been previously painted with oil-based paint, your best bet is to stick with this option. Water-based paint layered over old oil-based paint will peel easily.

Water-Based Paint

Water-based paint, or latex paint, dries quickly and cleans up easily, making it the preferred paint for a home's exterior. It will also expand when warm and contract when cool, which means it will hold up in all types of weather.

Hiring a Painter

When embarking on a project as big as painting your home, it's important to know ahead of time what kind of quality you can expect from the painters you hire. Don't settle for the first one you find or the cheapest option. Instead, do your homework to be sure that you hire a trustworthy professional who knows how to paint a house well.

The first thing you'll do when hiring a painter is request quotes from three or four in your area. If you reach out to too many, you'll wind up wasting time narrowing down your list; too few and you may not end up with the best quality or right price.

The typical price range for an interior paint job is between $400 and $4,120, with the average falling around $1,670, depending on the scope of the project and paint requests. It will typically cost around $380 to $790 to paint a typical 10-by​-12 foot room.

The cost to paint a home's exterior is a little higher: between $730 and $5,600, with an average of $2,624. The typical home of between 500 and 1,500 square feet will generally cost between $1,000 and $3,000, but this will change depending on the number of stories and home location.

If a quote seems high, ask the contractor what is increasing the price point. Perhaps it's something that can be negotiated, or maybe this business is just overpricing their services. On the other hand, be skeptical of any price points that seem unfathomably low. There could be a reason their prices are below the industry norm - perhaps their quality standards are uncommonly low, too.

Once you have quotes, conduct an over-the-phone interview with your prospects. Some important questions to ask your painter include:

1. Do you have insurance?

It's never a good idea to hire a contractor whose business isn't properly insured. Ask both about comprehensive business liability insurance and workers' compensation, and don't be hesitant to ask for proof. If you are unsure of the validity of the insurance, you can also call the insurance company to double-check that it is an active policy.

2. Do you have a warranty?

Not offering a warranty is a red flag, and you may want to be cautious about hiring a company that doesn't provide one. If they have a warranty, ask how long it lasts, and what it covers. Additionally, you'll want to get the warranty in writing should you need to refer to it later.

3. Who, specifically, will be in my house, and can I trust them?

You always have a right to know who will be entering your home. If the person you are speaking with says he or she will not be personally supervising the project, ask who will be, what their role is, and how long they've been with the company.

Also, don't be afraid to ask if the painters are trustworthy people. Unfortunately, there are plenty of cases where a painter has stolen items from a home or caused damage to the house or injury to the homeowner. Subcontractors may not be as skilled as employees, and the contractor you're hiring may not have much experience working with them, making them more of a risk. Additionally, ask if the painters are employees or subcontractors, and what the screening or hiring process is like. If the company conducts background checks, that's a good sign. 

4. What kind of training do your employees receive?

If the contractor makes a point to train new hires on safety techniques as well as quality standards on the job, you're probably in good hands.

5. What kind of paint will you use?

The quality of the paint will affect how good the walls look when the project is completed. If your contractor says they plan on using a paint you don't like, feel free to request an alternative.

6. How long have you been in business, and do you have references?

A well-established company will have more experience and likely more references for you to reach out to than a new company that's just getting off the ground. Be sure to ask for references so you can speak to former customers about their experience working with the painter. When speaking to these people, ask about:

  • Whether they had issues with the crew
  • If the painters were messy or neat
  • How the paint has held up since the project was completed

7. How much wall prep is included in the price?

For a long-lasting paint job, a clean wall is crucial. Ask how they plan to clean your walls, if at all, before getting started. A high-quality company will thoroughly prepare a wall so that the paint will lay smoothly and last a long time.

8. Are you active in the community and are you involved in any trade organizations?

Community involvement shows the company:

  • Is established and well-known
  • Cares about its customers
  • Is confident in their work

Additionally, being active in trade organizations indicates it is likely up to date on the latest industry best practices and that the company is dedicated to its trade. Also, a Better Bureau Business membership demonstrates the company is stable, confident, and willing to let potential customers check them out before hiring them.

Trade Organizations for Painters

If the company you hire is involved in a trade organization, it shows they take pride in their work, and are dedicated to providing quality service. Some top trade organizations painters might be a part of include:

Painting and Decorating Contractors of America

PDCA connects painters and home decorators through local chapters and councils. The organization also provides webinars, educational videos, and podcasts so members can stay up to date on the latest best practices and news.

American Coatings Association

The ACA doesn't focus on best practices so much as it does on best products. The nonprofit is dedicated to research and development of high-quality paint products as well as sustainability issues.

Finishing Contractors Association

The FCA has members that are painters as well as professionals who focus on flooring, drywall, and other elements to home construction and renovation.

Better Business Bureau

The BBB isn't a painter-specific group but rather an organization that is dedicated to ensuring that consumers can access information about anyone they do business with. The BBB also rates companies based on a Standards of Trust scale, which goes from A+ to F. A company doesn't have to be a member to get a grade, and it's a good idea to check to see how your contractor is scored as well as its membership status.