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(720) 524-4925
1537 N Washington St
Denver, CO 80203-2010
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cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

cdswoosh

Old School Properties bought my apartment building less than a month ago. The owner, Alex, sent a letter saying that we had to leave at the end of the month, with no option of renewing our lease. Since then, he's had his workers park in the spots that the tenants pay to use. When this was brought up to him he said we were no longer allowed to use the spots because it's HIS property, although he's still supposed to be honoring the lease we already have. He brings prospective tenants to view the apartment without giving us ANY notice. After this happened several times we asked if he could at least give us a ten minute notice before he showed the house. He called us back telling us that he has too many units to deal with to call us to let us know when people would be entering our house. His workers gave me attitude when they walked into my house with no notice and I wouldn't let them in the bedroom where my roommates were sleeping. He brought a guy to look at the apartment when I was home by myself and then left, for about twenty minutes, with the guy still in the house! I'm a 22-year-old girl. I do not want to be left alone in my apartment with complete strangers, nor do I believe any of his future tenants will. One of his workers also said that Alex comes into the apartment whether we are home or not. This honestly makes me feel unsafe coming from a landlord that yells at, and clearly tries to intimidate, his tenants. Not to mention the fact that is just a stupid idea to barge into a dog-owner's home unannounced when the owner isn't there. It's ridiculous. The only time I have warning of their entrance is when they yell "HEY!" as they're opening my front door. I'm disgusted by the owner, Alex, and his ideas of what good management is. I would never EVER recommend renting from this slumlord. He's made it blatantly clear that the only interest he has in the current tenants in this building is getting us out of here. After we leave he's raising the rent from $750 to $1,250 per month. He claims he will fix the kitchen and bathroom of this place, but said nothing of the broken-down steps that lead to my second-story apartment or the poor electric wiring of the apartment. Or the crumbling roof. Or the squirrels that run around inside the walls. Or the broken washer and dryer. His lack of respect and strong sense of entitlement is disgusting. If I were staying in this apartment any longer, I would keep pepper spray with me because it's very unsettling to know a man that weighs a hundred pounds more than me has no problem barging in. I've never felt the need to train my dog to attack intruders until Old School Properties bought this building but I'm starting to think it's a good idea. Alex is a man void of basic manners, common sense, and management skills. If you're thinking about renting from his properties, I highly suggest you reconsider.

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