Not enough space.Strikes 1 - 7 are all similar to other people's post about management, so here is the rest: When I came to sign my lease the whole way, the rental agent is assuring me that even though the unit isn’t exactly like the one I applied for, that I will love it. Immediately upon walking into the until, signs of obvious rush job are everywhere. The apartment smells like paint.There are paint splotches where the paint wasn’t painted even.The building and unit itself are obviously old, the wood is rotting and looks. NOTHING like the model I saw. Signs of mold in the shower ceiling, unfinished or clean floor boards...you name it, and it was a hot mess. STRIKE EIGHT Ironically, not really, the head of maintenance walks in as I am pointing out every single thing wrong with the unit. I explain to him how the rental agent sold me on the model, that everything about this until said everything opposite of the model. The maintenance manager asked me if he could have more time to fix it for me, another 3 days until Saturday. STRIKE NINE. I explained to the maintenance manager very calmly that his offer was unacceptable. I also took the time to explain to him how I had taken off of work these past 2 days for this move, AFTER moving up my move-in date for the COMPLEX’S ERROR - not my error, and that I felt I had been as accommodating as I needed to be and that he and his team needed to make it right. The maintenance manager and I agree that there are still some finishing touches to make, but that he would get them done by the next morning so that I could officially take position of the apartment when I got off of work on Wednesday evening. Once we got back to the office, she starts walking me through the lease and we agree that although we did not have the walkthrough checklist with us, I would sign it as a blank form and the maintenance manager would make the fixes as agreed by the next day. As we are going through the lease, the rental agent tells me that there was a $10.00 per pet, per month rental fee. I reminded her that yet AGAIN she is dropping fees on me without prior knowledge. STRIKE TEN. After I calmed down, I came back and the rental agent gave me some long story about how when she first quoted me there wasn’t a monthly pet fee, but she wasn’t sure since there is a new management company and they do things differently at each complex they own. Again, in a nutshell, she told me I didn’t a choice. The next day after work, I went to the apartment to see if the maintenance team made the changes we agreed upon and noticed they had not. Everyday since I have moved here, someone comes and puts a trash bags into the street and leaves a box of trash outside of my door. The first few times, I was a good neighbor and took it to the dumpster but this is getting a bit ridiculous. On 2 separate occasions, I have witnessed maintenance walk right past these items and not pick them up. Since then, a loose dog, maybe a year and a half old, runs free outside of my and 2 adjacent buildings. I think he likes to come by because of my dogs, and he seems generally friendly, so I’ve named him “Ghost.” Although he has a collar there is no tag, no one truly seems to really own him, he just wanders around a lot. I’m nervous for his wellbeing and safety. Tonight while outside with the dogs, we met a young lady hoping he belonged to her, but nope; she’s named him “Rocky”. It is Dec12, 2016 and I am still looking and more piles of trash outside. This time, someone tried to bury the 2 bags under the leaves. By the way...thank goodness, the microwave that was once in the sewer drain has disappeared. That makes 7 bags of trash and counting...including the ones I kindly took to the dumpster. No one from leasing has responded to my concerns, nor has anyone from maintenance attempted to set an appointment to address the items they previously agreed to fix before I took full residency. It is now January 3, 2017 and still not a single person from management has addressed any of my concerns.