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02/12/2017
By: Adam A.
Robertson Serratelli Financial
I would not do business with this man he is not trust worthy I did work for him and he still owes me money.
01/07/2017
By: Ignacio V.
Equinox Real Estate
Beware of these scam artists they take your rent money with no problem and when is time to fix they never show up they go inside your apartment every month to do inspection and they do open while your still occuping the apartment please beware of this company look elsewhere.
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07/07/2016
By: Anna S.
Re/Max
Not professional. We were looking for a place to rent and realtor Steve showed us one of the places. After we rented a place, several problems were discovered. Even though after long discussions with the landlord we reached the agreement to break the lease, our realtor was only isolating himself from the situation. He told us it is none of his business and totally not his fault. The realtor also behaved unethical since he called our cosigner and disclosing personal information we shared with him (the realtor).
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04/13/2016
By: Amy D.
Equinox Real Estate
i highly recommend looking elsewhere for a rental agency. Their customer service is horrible. We have been trying to contact them for months and still have heard nothing at all, yet... they have no problem taking the rent we diligently pay on time each month.
02/02/2015
By: Shawn W.
Home Team Real Estate
Definitely a shady company, I had a couple of their agents show me some properties, and it was just a constant barrage of them showing me properties i was not interested in and did not care for, and not even showing me the ones i asked to view. Turns out they owned the shotty properties or units they were shoving down my throat. Use caution!
10/23/2014
By: y4coop
Equinox Real Estate
...the bldg.is in jeopary of being condemmed by the city Code Dept...they (Equinox) seem to care..smhThere are many violations...smdh
08/14/2014
By: Jhon S.
Home Team Real Estate
‚ÄčTOM CRAMER IS A SLUM LORD! HE RENTS MOLDY APARTMENTS WITH OUR FIXING THE MOLD ISSUE. INSTEAD HE PUTS A COAT OF PRIMER AND PAINT ON TOP. MY KIDS HAVE GOTTEN SICK FROM IT BEING IN THERE ROOM! HE WANTS TO WITHOLD OUR ENTIRE SECURITY DEPOSIT TO SLAP ANOTHER COAT ON TOP! THESE PEOPLE HAVE NO HEART AND CARE FOR ANYBODY.DO NOT RENT FROM THEM THEY WILL ONLY ROB YOU!
08/29/2013
By: Kevin S.
Kevin Schweitzer - State Farm Insurance Agent
Simply the best place to get insurance in the Lehigh Valley!
11/19/2012
By: viorel.n.dragan
Key Realty
William Stoerrle of Key Reality in Bethlehem PA is an incompetent appraiser. If he is sent by the bank to do an appraisal of your home you are safer and better off refusing it. You can indicate he has complains with BBB and the PA State Board of Certified Appraisers.He did an appraisal of our house on 10/30/2012 and made obvious mistakes; the most blatant: indicating the house does not have a porch while the photo of the house on his own report cover shows it!He refused to take in consideration the major updates we've done to the house and stated his only reason for stopping by to actually see the house is "to make sure it's still there". This is an obvious case of "drive by appraisal". We've complained to BBB and the PA State Board of Real Estate Appraisers - unfortunately they cannot also help with fixing the bad report. It's a shame license is extended to such poor professionals who are contributing to a bad housing market environment.
08/16/2012
By: anonymous-user123
Saucon Mutual Insurance Company
As a 1st time home buyer, I definitely would not recommend this place to anyone. The agent, Joe R was not helpful whatsoever. The original quote that he gave to me was higher that what was agreed upon. I even made contact to his CEO, Steve, and he dismissed me as well. Everything Steve told me was a "by the book" answer. Makes me wonder what kind of business they are running here. Ended up going with a new company that I located online. No hassle and headaches. Save yourself the time, money and energy a look somewhere else.
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