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04/03/2013
By: curtisyepthatsme
Rentmaster of Rexburg
I got married in August last year and went to Rentmaster to see if I could find our first apartment. I was looking for a 6 month lease and the Jen helped me find a place that we loved. She sat down with us and went over all the documents with us. Throughout our stay we had to call the maintenance department only once but they responded to us within 24 hours. When it was time to put in our 30 day notice to move, I was told if I leave our apartment SPOTLESS I would get my deposit back. They gave me a move-out checklist of everything I needed to do to get my deposit back. GUESS WHAT!! I got it all back except the carpet cleaning which I knew upfront would be coming out. No problems at all!! Rentmaster recently is under new management and the girls in that office are so much fun!! I would highly recommend this company to anyone looking to rent. If I ever move back to Rexburg, I will absolutely go there first. Thanks again!!
04/18/2013
By: broccoli.tablot
Beehive Federal Credit Union
The staff at Beehive are the friendliest and nicest staff ever. They've always treated me like a valued customer. It is also located really close to campus so it is convenient. Highly recommended for everyone!
10/27/2014
By: Maggi S.
Beehive Federal Credit Union
Been banking at beehive for a few years staff is amazing helpful and polite
03/27/2013
By: jaredandjenn.handy
Rentmaster of Rexburg
LOVE THIS PLACE AND THE CREW!!!
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