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Complaint Review: Crown Realty & Management
Crown Realty & ManagementRoswell, Georgia USA
Crown Realty & Management Read the fine print Roswell Georgia
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Read the lease carefully before you consider signing. Here are some of the highlights:
-Management doesn't have to give any notice before entering.
-Any Realtor has unrestricted access to the property via a keybox during the last 60 days of the lease without any notice. And if anything is stolen during a showing,
the tenant agrees to hold the management "harmless".
-Storing a gallon of gasoline in an approved container puts the tenant in violation of the lease
-Management can remove any vehicle parked on the grass, sell it, and keep
the money from the sale
-Management will not tell you if there is a home owner's association or not
-If rent is not received by midnight on the 1st of the month, there is a 10%
fee. Use of the US Mail is "at own risk". This is regardless of whether their office is open or not on the 1st of the month due to weekend / holidays.
-There "may be" a check processing fee. Nothing in the lease about what this fee is, just that there may be one.
Everything is written to remove any protection from the renter.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/26/2014 02:07 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Crown-Realty-Management/Roswell-Georgia/Crown-Realty-Management-Read-the-fine-print-Roswell-Georgia-1133906. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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