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    Thank God for Febreeze. Then she proceeds to say, "By the way, I'm going to spend some time in my unit..." and she continues to blab that she's tagging clothing for resale and that she's going to be in her unit for awhile but everything is fine and the door might be closed.
    NOW I'm suspicious.
    I tell her, "You're welcome to get things out of your unit and be off of the property before 10 pm."
    But see, I'm like any cop (former military cop here) . You blabbing as I stand there and watch you makes me think there's more that you're NOT telling me. Why are you VOLUNTEERING information?
    So, I've left a note for the relief manager to make sure she left and my maintenance guy is keeping an eye out too.
    sigh.
    I want buns of steel.
    I also want buns of cinnamon.

    Newcastle, WA

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    If I get any chance at all I tell all tenants that they cannot be inside of a nit with the door closed. That is a no no in my book.
    "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"

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    • #3
      Yeah, I should have told her that too. Darn it. I'll head up there.
      I want buns of steel.
      I also want buns of cinnamon.

      Newcastle, WA

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      • #4
        Same here with the unit doors, they have to stay open while the tenant is in/at their unit.
        Too many freaks, not enough circuses.

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        • #5
          Sounds shady to me. But I think everybody is up to no good. LOL

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          • #6
            Originally posted by badgorillawife View Post
            Sounds shady to me. But I think everybody is up to no good. LOL
            Guilty til proven innocent? LOL
            Too many freaks, not enough circuses.

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            • #7
              We have a no closed door if you're in the unit policy. I've had to give warnings to a couple customers regarding that. The ones that did it again were either living or hanging out in there, both of which you can't do.

              People see the signs stating that visits are limited to 30 minutes and have had creative excuses as to why they would need to be in there longer. If people are rearranging, moving in, etc. I don't kick them out after half an hour. The policy is there to prevent loiterers. One lady said she would need to show up sometimes late at night to go through her grandmother's photos and it would take about 6 hours when she did it. I did not rent to her.

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              • #8
                Welp-I was right. I went up and she wasn't there, must have just missed her, but the relief manager said she coded back in and didn't leave til morning. As of now she's locked out til we have our 'Come to Jesus' meeting.
                I want buns of steel.
                I also want buns of cinnamon.

                Newcastle, WA

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                • #9
                  Member I said, you have to have a "Come to Jesus" moment sometimes with tenants. For some stupid reason some tenants think you cannot kick them out with a 30 day notice. My signature says it all.
                  "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"

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