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Property Manager transition update

June 4th, 2014 at 04:41 pm

HI all,

Property manager transition update ...Old PM JUST sent info to new property manager today at 4pm. He sent phone numbers etc.. still need maintenance records, leases, keys. I am reconstructing my files (PC crashed) so do not have that handy until files rebuild. (I have a violation notice from the county I need to rectify by Friday. regarding having separate garbage., they currently share a dumpster which I pay for and they reimburse, dumpster was fine until one house moved in all sorts of folks, now garbage is spiling out etc, and caused a complaint). ANYWAY. old property manager knew this for weeks and told me one house was getting their own garbage and it was being fixed and there was no issue there... turns out nothing was done. Old PM also sent out an incorrect transition letter (wrong info, confusing) without checking w me first and is not returning my calls. I can not afford missed rent so hoping it does not impact that.

VERY upsetting but supporting my decision to leave. New property manager was pretty shocked too.

I will call old PM tomorrow about the transition and rents etc

Looking forward to a smoother '6 homes' future!

I mentioned before I stutter. with all this stress hanging over me these last few weeks my speech 'crashed'.. feels bad to be having a hard time again. normally the 'fix' is to take some time and relax and have fun again. regain my bounce.

If you have been reading my posts you have seen me sortof slowly descend moodwise.... got to get back up and happy again.

No word on new job applications yet.

Onward. Smile

3 Responses to “Property Manager transition update”

  1. Another Reader Says:

    When your current job renewed the contract, did you ask for a raise? Getting them to pay you more is less work than finding a new job.

    Good to get the transfer done quickly. Inattentive property managers can cost you a lot of money.

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    Wishing you the best with your property dealings, but wish you less stress. I hope you can take some time to truly relax your mind and body. Your health is important!

  3. Rachael777 Says:

    Another reader. I DID ask for a raise.. 'no can do' where I work and again they barely kept me in the first place and looks like no renewal after 11/29 so looking now. I think I can find a $63-65/hr job just have not yet. Although I lost on the last job interview. the first one I would have gotten had I not been $10 higher than everyone else. I was at $75/hr..everyone else was at $65.I am GRATEFUL I have time to look though! Smile

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