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DairyGirl
DairyGirl
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Last Activity: 17th January 2020, 09:24 AM
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Invoicing multiple units in Sitelink
    We do use the 'one page' form. I may actually change it to the detailed one. I like it better and I think it will make more sense to some of my tenants....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Invoicing multiple units in Sitelink
    They are linked. I just, basically, forgot there is another in the middle of the invoice that shows all of the units. It's smaller and most people don't see it though. They only see the place at the top where it just shows one....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to I think I scared a new tenant away...
    Yes I do have 24 hours access. That was put into place many years before my time here, and I am trying to get that changed because I don't feel it's necessary.
    And, no, I don't "allow" tenants to break into their own units.Tenants come to me to have the lock cut off. This is the first...
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  • DairyGirl
    started a topic I think I scared a new tenant away...

    I think I scared a new tenant away...

    ...by being too nosy. Monday evening I'm watching tv and I'm hearing a loud truck running. Didn't give it much thought because there was a truck at the business across the street while I was out walking the dog. Then I started hearing loud banging. Went into the office to look at cameras and it's the...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Invoicing multiple units in Sitelink
    Nevermind. I see another area on the invoice where is lists all units. I'll just start highlighting there.
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  • DairyGirl
    started a topic Invoicing multiple units in Sitelink

    Invoicing multiple units in Sitelink

    I have several tenants with more than one unit. When sending them an invoice, it only lists one unit followed by a comma and "...". Sometimes I hand-write the others, sometimes I don't. I do occasionally have a tenant call thinking the invoice is only for one unit and wonder why it is so high....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Dumpster lids removed
    I did use a pair of vice grips to hold onto the bar while I tightened the nut at the end with a wrench as far as it would go. It was a struggle to do that so there is no way anyone will be able to take it off with just their fingers. They would need tools to be able to do it. I do like the welding idea...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Like father, like daughter
    Cut the lock this morning so I can mail out the lien notice today. Let's just say that I do not expect her to pay and claim her stuff. It's a 5x5 unit and here's what's in it; vacuum, weed trimmer, crock pot, purse, open plastic tote containing tote lids (?), plastic bag of tupperware-like items, and...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Dumpster lids removed
    I have a chain that runs along the top that keeps them from being opened, so a lock bar wouldn't help. The chain didn't even help in this situation, since the lids were removed by removing the metal rod they are attached to. There doesn't appear to be much I can do, other than drilling into the lids...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Death of a Tenant
    Also make sure to overlock everything and shut down the gate code. You don't need someone (like the friend) coming into the facility after hours and trying to drive off with the vehicles or removing things from the unit. Like Pac said, check for lien-holders, and family need to provide court documentation...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Dumpster lids removed
    What are your 2 ways? We got the dumpster from a company in Miami, and they delivered it to the city's trash pickup department who, in turn, delivered it to us. So I'd probably have to call the city, which may or may not be able to help....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Dumpster lids removed
    I have no other way to get rid of trash, whether my own or from units....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Dumpster lids removed
    They don't lock. It's just 2 lids that are hinged at one end so they just flip open and closed. I "lock" them with a chain over the top padlocked to a handle on either side....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Dumpster lids removed
    I always have dumpster divers. Normally I never worry about it and they always clean up after themselves. I locked it mainly to keep people from putting any more in it. It was so full that anything else put in would have prevented the lids from closing all the way. The majority of the contents was clothing....
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  • DairyGirl
    started a topic Dumpster lids removed

    Dumpster lids removed

    I was out Friday night and came home about 11. As I started to turn to pull into the gate, my headlights caught stuff on the ground around my dumpster. One of those items was a fairly large wicker clothes hamper, which I put in there a few days earlier (along with most of the contents of a unit). What...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Like father, like daughter
    This one's definitely a "chip" alright. Not really trying to reason with myself about it, it just boggles my mind, that's all....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Like father, like daughter
    I've decided to not worry about it and just let this go until she's 30 days past due. Then I'm sending a lien notice. She's in my smallest unit, $35 a month (+tax). Maybe she's unemployed, or something, and that's why she can't/couldn't pay, I don't know. But she's going to owe so much more when the...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Like father, like daughter
    This makes sense. And if every call or contact w/them is documented, they can't say they didn't know. I guess maybe I'll stop complaining about the calls and accept them for what they are...the tenant still wanting to make it right. Better late than never, I guess, right?...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to No food means NO FOOD
    I've got most of it out now except for 2 boxes of stuff and the bed. I can't get any more into my dumpster. the bed will dragged to the dumpster over the weekend for Monday pick up. I'll probably sweep out what I can later today and put a couple of baited traps in it. I'll also go around the inside...
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  • DairyGirl
    started a topic No food means NO FOOD

    No food means NO FOOD

    Another unit with food. Tenant had made one last payment, then accessed the unit and, very clearly, went through it to take only what he wanted. Lien notice had come back for bad address and phone messages weren't returned. Unit didn't sell at auction because it looks like a bomb went off in it and...
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