It took several months for them to fix a patio door that had a 2" gap in it, allowing for bugs to get in. While we were living in the apartment, I filed a claim with the Better Business Bureau because our door hadn't been fixed in months. A couple days later I received a phone call from the property manager, Mike, asking if I wanted to be evicted; because of the complaint I submitted and posting poor reviews on websites Mike threatened to evict me. Being fearful that I would have nowhere to live I withdrew the claim and posted excellent reviews for him, now that we're finally free, I feel safe enough to tell the truth. After the contract expired and we moved out, we received a bill for damages for just under $1,000. We demanded to see the damages and upon doing a walk-through, none could be found. Upon leaving the apartment, which now had a new resident, Mike said we'd be getting something from him in the mail. My mother, who co-signed the lease for me asked what we could be expecting and Mike didn't raise his voice, he screamed MONEY MONEY MONEY! It took over a month for them to pay our security deposit back.