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Britt Management Group
423 W Plumb Ln
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Britt Management Group
Britt Management Group : Property Management, Reno, NV
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Posted on 6/1/2012
Reno Worst Landlord?: Britt Management Review.
John Britt is by far the worst property management/ landlord I have ever come in contact with. He does not fix anything he promises to (even if it is in the lease), tries to charge you for everything (including things that were damaged before I moved in AND COMPLAINED ABOUT), and charges a ludicrous amount of money for falsely represented repairs, after you move out of the property (the disposition of the security deposit is dumbfounding). Do not rent from this guy. Britt Management offers many nice properties all over town, and the staff appears to be polite, knowledgeable and helpful, but unless you want to do business with people that participates in the fraudulent deception of another person (you, the renter), and the intentional or malicious refusal to perform duties under contractual obligation (the lease), I would strongly suggest that you look somewhere else.
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by JessicaH578 at Citysearch
Reno Worst Landlord?: Britt Management
Reno Worst Landlord?: Britt Management ReviewJohn Britt is by far the worst property management/ landlord I have ever come in contact with. He does not fix anything he promises to (even if it is in the lease), tries to charge you for everything (including things that were damaged before I moved in AND COMPLAINED ABOUT), and charges a ludicrous amount of money for a falsely represented repairs after you move out of the property (the disposition of the security deposit is dumbfounding). Do not rent from this guy. Britt Management offers many nice properties all over town, and the staff appears to be polite, knowledgeable and helpful, but unless you want to do business with people that participates in the fraudulent deception of another person (you, the renter), and the intentional or malicious refusal to perform duties under contractual obligation (the lease), I would strongly suggest that you look somewhere else. You may end up not in the home of your dreams, but at least you will not end up renting from the Landlord from hell.
by Review000 at Citysearch
If you want to pay rent and expect the property manager to fulfill his duties (by law), don't use Britt! If you want to receive part of or all of your deposit back, dont use Britt! I assure you that even though he has nice properties around town, it is NOT worth it. He is a terrible manager, a snake and takes homeowner's money yet does not care for their properties. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!!!!
by Mary Elyzaberth Smith at Citysearch
Being a landlord can be a real pain.
If you haven't discovered it already, being a landlord can be a real pain. With a rental property management service, you save time finding and evaluating potential tenants for your property. The company handles tenant background checks, rent collection, and maintenance of the property. I decided to use Britt Management group (huge mistake on my part). With a good property management company (unlike Britt Management group), you don't have to worry about any of these things. The manager will perform property inspections (Britt Management group NEVER did), maintain the building and grounds (Britt Management group NEVER did), screen tenants, collect rent, and be on call for emergency situations (Britt Management group NEVER did). Most property management companies charge a 10% fee. Most landlords find this fee to be well worth the cost, especially if you are a ""long distance"" landlord. I found that with Britt Management group this fee is most definitely not worth the cost. Why? Because Britt Management group: 1) Did not maximize the return on my investment 2) Did not protect my asset 3) Did not increase my income 4) Did not provide accurate information (this is very important) and experienced advice. The entire staff of Britt Management group pretends to be there to help you but in reality they either do not know what they are doing (hard to believe from an established company) or Britt Management group is a scam (a fraudulent scheme, specifically for making a quick profit at me and my tenants' expense).
by Jose Maximo at Citysearch
If you plan to do business with John Britt you better learn about Form 514 (also known as the Complaint Form), which you can obtain from the Nevada Real State Division at www.red.state.nv.us/compliance.htm. Britt?s business practices are downright unlawful. Also, you better keep a good detailed record of all interactions with John Britt and Britt management group (which luckily we did), since you may have to take them to court. My wife and I are both Registered Nurses. My son is 4 years old. My baby girl is 1 year old. We suffered a horrible rodent infestation. There was a hole in the wall (made by the mice) behind the dishwasher. There was rodent urine and feces all over our eating utensils, under the kitchen sink/drawers, on the kitchen floor, in the living room, my children?s toys, and my daughter's feeding booster chair (we have pictures of everything). The house was uninhabitable. We attempted to fix the Habitability of the house by stuffing steel wool in the hole; we purchase several mouse traps and rat poison (we had dead rodents everywhere). Our attempts were unsuccessful and the infestation continued. So we contacted Britt Management Group several times (by phone, emails, and finally certified mail) asking for the rodent infestation to be addressed as soon as possible by a pest control specialist. Nothing happened. We again contacted Britt management group detailing concerns regarding the Habitability of the home, and urging Britt Management Group to accelerate its obligations (by law) and requiring a prompt solution to the mice infestation. Britt Management Group did not attempt to remedy the failures, and did not fulfill its obligation to correct the uninhabitable condition of the residence within 14 days of receiving the written notice (this is very important by law). Then, as authorized by law we terminated the lease (letter sent by certified mail), and even gave them a 30-day notice (not required by law). The response (only one I got from them) of Jo
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