Five Star Property Management

While having a year’s contract to rent 1452 A Pheasant View in Chubbuck, I paid my first rent in Auust 2015. During the year there I enjoyed the facilities. Since my twin home was now ready to move into, I gave a verbal notice that my daughter, Alana B, (on Chukar) and I would be moving out on August 31st, 2016. No one reminded me at that time to put that on paper with both of our signatures. I would have gladly done that. In moving I had misiplaced my contract so did not see where it said that I was to notify Five Star on paper the dates we would be vacating. Since 3/4 of the time I paid our rents totaling $1624.00 in Person, I felt like we were acquainted enough for them to remind me. I also honestly thought that verbal notification was enough. Now they say, “No, it should have been written down with both of our signatures on it.” Wouldn’t it have been in the best public relations interest to have reminded me on August 1st, that they would take a 30-day notice written down at that time? I would gladly have cooperated and done that. I have paid both rents on time and been cooperative. I feel like asking me to pay both rents for September is unfair; I felt I was compliant and pleasant in all of our mutual dealings and a friendly reminder on that date would have proven they had my best interests at heart. It is now a hardship for me to pay September’s rent for my daughter and I, as well as another $900 payment on my twin home which is due also in September. Could there be any mercy allowed?

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