❗️ALBERT AND @GOYANGGY WERE KICKED OUT FROM THEIR HOME TODAY BY @Trisha.Lobdell the @GreystarApartments REGIONAL MANAGER.
WARNING: Please be VERY careful if you are renting or are thinking of renting from Greystar. They are an apartment management corporate giant. Greystar manages over 1,600 apartment communities and they will use their corporate attorneys and deep pockets to silence you if you try to hold them accountable for their negligence. As they did with us, they will even go after your innocent pets to do it. 😢 BOTH ALBERT AND GOYANGGY are emotional assistance pets but #Greystar won't even spare service animals when trying to cover their own behind.
We moved into the apartment in July 2017 after signing Greystar's standard lease agreement that had a strict 1 1/2 page No Smoking policy that they didn't care at all to enforce no matter how may verbal and email complaints we made. All either went unanswered or a "We'll look into it" with nothing whatsoever done. From the very first day upon move-in the resident in the apartment below us on the 2nd floor smoked marijuana heavily at all hours of the day and night, constantly keeping us up until 3am every night to the point where we were almost vomiting from the amount of smoke. My husband and I are professional athletes training to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in badminton and have lost so much time, training, money, and sleep due to this.
When I asked one of the leasing agents to go check the 2nd floor apartment to catch the resident in the act because it was occurring at that exact moment he said to my face "Sorry, I can't help you", exited the leasing office, locked the door behind him, and left the building. @Trisha.Lobdell told us to call the police (where they laughed at us and told us weed is legal in Oregon and that they don't enforce private property lease agreements). She also told us to call the "after-hours Greystar hotline" which turned out was just an answering service that only took messages down? (Cont. in next post)