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10/31/2017
By: Your M.
Apple Property Management Corporation
The worst. That's our experience. Lisa is terrible, and it's all bad. It starts at the top. Poor service, condescending and rude if you do get a response. apple ignores you and then the vendors harass you if you need a repair. We can't wait to get away from apple
10/20/2017
By: Ivan C.
Ballard Realty Inc
Currently renting from Ballard. They made the application process simple and easy. Five stars! Highly recommended.
10/07/2017
By: Jimbo F.
Apple Property Management Corporation
Literally the worst property management company out there. Lisa is a moron and say good-bye to any security deposit.
09/18/2017
By: Jason B.
Sagen Group Property Management
My family and I have used the Sagen Group to manage our many rental properties for over 20 years. Laura, Rochelle, and staff have always provided exemplary service in all aspects of property management. From initial screening of tenants through the collection of rents, the Sagen Group exercises the utmost professionalism. We have never been disappointed with the job they do. They are courteous, prompt, and understanding of the needs of property owners as well as tenants and strive to achieve satisfaction for all parties. We highly recommend the Sagen Group for all your property needs. In our opinion, the Sagen Group is unmatched in the greater Seattle area for professionalism and performance!
08/22/2017
By: Charlene V.
Sagen Group Property Management
Laura and her group have provided me with quality tenants and have serviced both the tenants needs and mine in a friendly, helpful and professional manner.
06/15/2017
By: Patricia N.
Ballard Realty Inc
Ballard Realty was so good to work with and extremely professional. They were prompt in answering all of my questions.
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05/30/2017
By: Mildred M.
Ballard Realty Inc
I have felt secure and confident during the 8 years that you have managed my house. It was very nerve-wracking at first, but I have felt an increasing sense of trust, and have been grateful for the rapid response I have received to my occasional questions.
12/12/2016
By: Evita F.
Phillips Real Estate Services
I lived at 311 Bellevue Ave E, that was managed by Sam & Veronika from 2010 to 2014. They have been an amazing managers. They live in the next building which they also manage and were very helpful and friendly with any requests.
11/21/2016
By: Myle P.
Phillips Real Estate Services
The building is also in very good condition with all the amenities. The walls are good and you don't hear your neighbors. It has all the amenities with underground, gated garage parking.
09/24/2016
By: M c F.
Small Faces Child Development Center
This is the place my granddaughter goes, year-round. She is in her second year before kindergarten next year. The staff is personable and well-prepared to work with the children. The facility large and well -equipped. I have visited the classrooms and the large playground. An excellent choice for your pre-schoolers.
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