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A renting a property from the department of housing and I desperately need work done on said property but nothing is being done workwise

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Contact the housing department head and ask them the question

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Also know, although it seems Totally unfair, a property management company is there for the Property, not the people.

If they don't get their job done, the owners will find someone who will.

Whole thing seems cruel, huh?
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Life's necessities.

However, these people are in a BUSINESS. They are there to make a profit, not a McDonalds house.
I have had the same conversation repeatedly with a life long friend.

His girlfriend has paid over 18,000 dollars in rent. He thinks the place should be fixed up better, because of the rent paid through the years.
I keep telling him it doesn't matter what you've paid.

The house is a Business. It is there to be rented, and make the owner money.
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It's worse than that?
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