Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Lake Havasu, Arizona
One of my landlords made a surprise visit on Saturday. She was very aggressive with both my sister and I and practically pushed her way into the apartment. She looked at the mold, blamed the smell of the rotting walls where the mold is on our pets peeing on it, blamed the ripped up carpet under my door as our fault too, said she was just going to evict us, went back on that and made us write up a paper stating we would be out March 1st under duress. She also grabbed my arm and raised her voice while threatening me that if I was telling her lies that she would "Lose it."
So literally, she just showed up with no warning, came into our apartment, started blaming us for existing damage, refused to see the pictures of the apartment before we moved in, threatened us with eviction and other unknown actions, and then went and lied to our other landlord, which I found out today when we turned in an official written notice to vacate.
She told her husband, who is the other landlord, that the carpet was tore up all over by our pets. There's one spot that is ripped up from wear and tear since it is old as dirt carpet and was bubbled up under the door as it is with all of the doors.
She also acted like our dogs were vicious. we initially put them in my room because they were excited that someone was over and my puppy is still learning not to jump up. he peaked in my room to look for damage too and gasped and flinched away from a 5 month old, wiggly puppy and our 5 year old border collie mix who was in the middle of the room.
After she grabbed me, I brought them out and stood behind the couch with them so they would calm down. When she left, she hugged the wall because two wiggly, friendly dogs are obviously going to attack her.
I am so ready to be out of this health hazard of an apartment. technically, if we find another place we can leave earlier since rent is already paid for this month. we'd just shut off the electricity and have everything out for them and hand in the keys after an inspection.