On September 18th, 2012 I agreed to rent a home from Real Property Management (RPM) that was in the process of being fixed up. I was asked to put down 1st months’ rent ($1,850), and a deposit ($2,350) to rent this home starting on October 1st, 2012. I called RPM on September 24th and asked if I could perform a walkthrough of the property in which I was going to be renting, RPM declined and asked that I do my walk through on October 1st, 2012. During this phone call, RPM verbally stated that if the condition did not meet the standards of my agreement, they would immediately let me out of the lease. On October 1st, 2012 I dropped off my deposit (RPM receipt attached) and picked up the keys to perform the walk through. After performing the walk through, it was very clear that the property was not in the condition agreed upon between RPM and myself. I immediately returned to RPMs office and told them that I would like to back out of the lease. They agreed to let me out of the lease and returned my security deposit. They told me that they would return my check for the 1st months’ rent ($1,850) on the following day. Five (5) business days have elapsed and they still have yet to reach out to me with any type of explanation. Now I have to take the time to sue them in court, what a hassle.