- Report: #1059878
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Complaint Review: SB realtor
SB realtor Landlady Mean Internet
*Author of original report: Scam Connections!
*Author of original report: Actually she's really nicer than I should remember
*Author of original report: Niece a prototype
*Author of original report: Polyurethane the Door
*Author of original report: Adapt or Move Out
*Author of original report: Insecticide Spill doesn't tell tenant!
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This does not directly concern them they refered me to a colleague and she is my landlady. She is unbelievably rude, only displays the bit of respect when guests visit. Things she has done include not apologizing ever for false accusations. Today she accused me of letting the dog in. I slept late and explained that I would not do that since she yelled at me for letting him in last week. I am a person of my word, and well educated, but she doesn't seem to honor that much. What she does respect is how much money people make. To make matters worse, she doesn't knock on my door, she bangs on it, "I NEED TO SPEAK TO YOU RIGHT NOW!" she will bark. It didn't occur to her I was not ready to see her. Then later she started screaming that she would call the police if I didn't open the door. Then she yelled at me that this is HER HOUSE and I HAVE TO OPEN THE DOOR. (I was going to open the door, but was taking out my tape recorder, so I could have a record of what I said in case things got out of hand.) This all to accuse me of letting the dog in! This is not a big dog, but a little pint sized thing a little bigger than a chihuahua. I mean, this is her tone with me about 60% of the time. The times she is nice, it is in front of guests to display largesse. The other times it is basically because she wants to find out about me, but being somewhat of a manipulator type, she just turns me on and off as if I were just a matter of her option.
In other words, this person has very little to no consideration. I do nice things like clean, take out the garbage, fold her clothes from the dryer, even minor repairs, clean up the mice droppings that used to pepper the shelves and my room carpet, but she has never been known to say thankyou (except in front of people). And she's a person of color, so half the time, I can't tell if that is some kind of thing she is taking out on me, that I am "not her kind." Well, luckily, I have a bit of perspective about her kind, and there are nicer models than her out there. But what can you say when rent is cheap, and she is also old. Now, today, out of the blue she tells me her niece is moving in downstairs. I am really worried, because before she said she didn't want to have more than two renters here. Her niece, who lived here when she was younger probably won't have to pay rent, but the fact of the matter is there will be another person here. And if she's anything like her aunt towards me, I am in for it! Her aunt also has problems sleeping and paces the floor at night above me, and also is l*****n, and I think but am not sure but the niece may be too. This aunt person owns several houses in the county, and is a person of influence, knows people, etc. And of course, she is loud, gossips on ocacion, very bullish. Like I said, when rent is cheap, this is what you get. At least, thanks in part to me, it's pretty clean.
She always argues that it is her house. I told her this is "one nation under God, indivisible with justice for all," but she interrupted me, and it was clearly beyond her reach, or so she gave me to understand!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/17/2013 07:49 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/SB-realtor/internet/SB-realtor-Landlady-Mean-Internet-1059878. 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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