- First they ruin your belongings then the want the rent on time and increased .....
I have lived in this mobile home community for four years and my home was new when I bought it. In order to get to work in the winter, I leave my home walk to the street and lay down like a beached whale and propell myself off of the s****. />
Both cars required new front axles, rear axles spindles, wheel bearings and tie rods ends. I'm still paying for the first car, you know the new one that only lasted 2 years and required the new axles and alot of major repairs due to the abuse it received just going to work. Even I can not keep paying $2000 each year for their laziness and lack of compassion.
The managers are great, not only won't they salt, they want the rent on time and then they increase it.
Lately, we've been having water trouble. The trouble is no water. They do not inform us of the water shut offs planned or breakages by design. The park believes that installing plastic piping above the frost line is a viable way to provide water.
My dishwasher has blown the water pump, I've put two heating elements in the hot water heater and my front loading Maytag (2 years old) is on the fritze.
The refrigerator ice maker is ruined too. Anything that has to do with water, or access and egress for these premises is trashed.
Keeping up with repairs and damage is costing me too much money. I can't pay the rent on time this month, just put new tie rod ends on my car, AGAIN! realigned it, and put on a new muffler and pipes due to the speed bumps being higher than the clearance on my car. Generally speaking, if I'm the only one in the car I can make, but not with passangers.
This place sucks! No one in their right mind should move here. Paying monthly bills can be tough enough, but just try keeping up with the repare bills and the cost of a family of four eating out night after night when there is no water.
I've made the laundamat owner happy. Let's see family of four working people changing clothes teice a day equals $45.00/week to wash and dry.
Management has said the last time they called everyone to let them know the water would be shut off for a week and they provided water 1/4 mile away if we needed it, of course you could not drink it or cook with it.
I'm sick and tired of management raising the rent, now doubled in four years since I moved in, and believing their own press releases that they contact their tenants. If they leave a flyer, it's after you leave for work, sorry washer turned you on again and expected clean clothes. They announce four days into a no water period that they called everyone they could reach. What part of my cell phone, work phone and/or home phone was too much for them to call.
Oh, I should mention that one of the cars didn't make through the winter slide period, so management is obliging by threatening to have it towed off. Can't fix it yet, too much other damage has to come first.
I hate it here and can not wait to leave. It is unlikely that my major appliances will ever make it out of here, it makes forclosure on thei mobile home look very inviting.
Honey Brook, Pennsylvania