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As the parent of an SU student living in an OPR apartment I can attest first hand to the outrageous prices they charge for “fixing”” things. Last month the shower handle came off their bathtub. They called the management office to report it to have it fixed. nMy daughter was present when the “”handyman”” came. He was there for 1/2 hour. He asked her how hard she was hanging on the handle to make it come off! He replaced it with a Home Depot Moen plastic knob that sells for less than $10. The handle doesn’t work right

is hard to turn and doesn’t indicate proper water temp. The bill for that was $120.nMy husband called to remind them that the lease states they will fix any first time complaint for free

so technically it wasn’t our repsonsibility. He also pointed out to them that they assume the responsibility for putting quality fixtures in their dwellings that will stand the test of time.nThere are areas in the apartment that have mold….instead of scrubbing and bleaching it

they painted over it and supplied a dehumidifier. We have documented two separate water marks on the ceiling that have grown over the course of 2 years that they have not fixed. On the day my daughter moved in 2 yrs ago we documented outlets that did not work. We were told they would be fixed

2 yrs later they still don’t work. There are a number of issues with electrical code violations which makes me wonder if the rehab work was done without permits

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