David N Schultz Inc
Resident · 2009 - 2012
This is a letter that I wrote to the company over the summer. They obviously do not care about there tenants are do not want to spend the money on upgrades. This is the worst apartments that I have had to deal with. To whom it may concern, Well, that would be no one. I hope you all enjoyed your air conditioning while your tenants had to suffer in this sweltering heat. I understand the buildings are old but there is a thing called up grading. People do it to their homes and apartment complexes all the time. Why doesn t David upgrade the buildings? I know why, because he is cheap! He will raise the rent but we get nothing out of it. It is just so he can put more money in his pocket. I looked at the ratings for this corporation and you are getting 1 out of 5 stars. I wouldn t even give you a 1 rating. We believe our long-term success is a result of our strong personal relationships with our clients. We listen and communicate often with our clients to determine, understand and meet or exceed their goals. Nearly all of our business comes from referrals and repeat customers, which we think speak highly of our clients' satisfaction and our performance . This quote is from your web page. First off, I wouldn t recommend this company to anyone. In fact, I will tell people to stay away from there because David refuses to spend money on any complex. Wait, the front doors were painted. Wow, big upgrade. Second, your customer satisfaction is not high and your performance from the corporate office and above is well below standards. This corporation does not exceed nor does it meet our goals. Your communications skills are weak. When have I spoken to anyone in the office or the owner about my satisfaction? Once, and that was like pulling teeth. The lady at the front office said the owner does not make decisions as far as putting in and air conditioner. Then I was told by the supervisor that the owner does make that decision. That is a big communication problem when you do not know who makes the decisions. The dryer has also been broken for 2-3 weeks and has not been fixed. Is David too cheap to buy a new one or get it fixed? My guess is yes. This is strictly my opinion of David N. Schultz Inc.