1401 El Camino Ave, Sacramento, CA | Directions 95815-270038.611438 -121.432615
Neighborhoods: Cannon Industrial Park, North Sacramento
Absolute the worst HOA Company!!! And the manager is not any better. They like to take your money and NOT do their part. Their “handyman” who does their work, is slow and will pick if he likes you or not, to decide if he does the work your entitled to and pay for! I have had mold growing in my patio closet (which is my only storage area, and I cant use it) for over 6 months and it is their responsibility to fix it, they have not! But have fixed many other things and even started remodeling the clubhouse. The mold was caused by a roof leak (that they knew about, and even mentioned in a news letter) and many of personal belongings were damage by mold, losing me those items valued over $600. The manager and handyman choose not to fix the problem. They are all very rude, unfair and discriminate. People don't like me here because I have kids and cats. Even though this is not a retirement community, the old people try to make it like it is, and cats and children are not welcomed.
Also about a year ago, my gate door that is my entrance from my carport was having problems, it was not closing correctly and locking. That is a huge safety concern and problem. The HOA Company is very well known for being slow and not fixing things (what do we pay for again?) so after mentioning it, and it not being taken care of after some time, I asked if I could just do the work myself. After all, having a door that doesn't lock appropriately is scary and unsafe. They said yes and gave my husband and I verbal instructions on how to replace it. The type of wood, nails, ect… We followed their every word! And was then told we use the wrong wood and it would have to be replaced! If they told us the wrong wood from the beginning why is it our fault? It is NOT! They are still telling us we need to replace the fence. B/S!!!!
Is a verbal agreement legal?
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