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Texas Longhorn Equities

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(817) 560-4900



3417 Wellington Rd Ste E, Fort Worth, TX 76116

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Specialties: Condominiums, Houses, Leasing & Rental, Condos, Residential Property, Townhomes, Homes, Duplexes, Townhouses


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  • Is there a 'O' rating? “Aba...
    Edited: 02/27/2017

    Is there a 'O' rating? “Abandon hope all ye who enter here,” is the supposed inscription at the entrance of hell. It would be most appropriate for anyone thinking of leasing a property from Texas Longhorn Equities. This place is without doubt the worse place I have ever had the misfortune of dealing with. The staff that runs this property is made up of rude, arrogant and uncaring people who care nothing about the tenants; who think nothing of stealing from them in every way possible
    Maintenance is here is a myth, the ‘local sheriff’ as the maintenance man refers to himself, is a loud mouthed, arrogant lout named Paul, who tears through the property in his pickup with little regard for the safety of the tenants, spreading gossip from one tenant to another, using strong racial epitaph’s about the tenants and how little the staff thinks of them.
    The kitchen was also dirty with scum on the sink, oven cleaner had been sprayed in the oven (which incidentally is self-cleaning); and there was petrified food remains under the drip pans. When I reported this to the office, their response was, “Why did you bother to move in if it was so dirty?” The only response I can give is the large moving van loaded with my furniture parked outside, manned by a crew that charged by the hour.
    After move in, I wanted to get a dog. I made the mistake of paying the $500. But changed my mind when I found I had to travel most of the summer. I informed management about the change in plans and requested the return of my pet deposit. Trish told me I should deduct the amount from my next month’s rent. The following month, when I did just that, I received a notice of eviction. I called and spoke with Trish, who could not recall having told me to deduct it from the rent; she also failed to make a record of our conversation. I was told I had to speak to Mark Pederson. After countless attempts to reach Mark, I finally persisted and was told, “That’s too bad, we NEVER return deposits of any sort! It isn’t our fault you changed your mind about getting a pet.” I told him I was going to contact an attorney, and he agreed to return the deposit. Five months later, I STILL have not received the refund on the deposit.
    The electrical outlets in the master bath and kitchen have never worked. My electric toothbrush and hair dryer were proudly displayed in the living room (where there are working outlets) as a reminder of how uncaring and disdainful Texas Longhorn Equities is of its tenants. After living this way for five months, I had a friend come by and repair the outlets at my expense

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    Bret W.

    This place or company is the worst place to rent from my mom has rented a house from them for 14 years I rented a house from them for 2 years I put $9,000 down to move into this house because they knew I had money and at the end of my lease she asked me if I was going to put another $9,000 down like everybody has that kind of money then she let's just anybody move into these houses we live in a cul-de-sac and she's let a drug dealer move in next door to me she's let another couple moving across the street from me who buys the drugs from the guy next door to me and we've complained and they have done nothing if you want to live next to trash then rent from Longhorn equity because they will move anybody in and they're very very money hungry they don't fix anything you have a problem with in the house and if they do it'll take him a week or two to come by and do it so if I were you I would find another place to live please

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