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By: Rosa M.
Maple Court Place
I have not yet seen the website, so I am unable to rate at this time. I will rate as soon as I get a chance
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By: Marlina L.
Broadmore Estates
When we first moved in almost a year ago, the bedroom light didnt work and the faucet in the bathroom sink doesnt work either. Been here almost a year and it still doesnt work after repeated attempts to let them know.They have screwed us over every month regarding rent since we moved in. We take rent in within the allowed time frame where they tell you there will be no repercussions, but they hold on the money orders and checks for weeks after it was taken in and then try to take you to court for late payments. When they do succeed at taking you to court, they make you pay them court fees as well. Regardless of if the case gets dismissed or not. This is a very greedy company and unless you can afford to pay court costs every other month, I would not waste your time.And it isnt just happenimg to my family. Other people are getting out for stupid stuff as well because Broadmore is trying to sell their trailers. we are renting.
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