Cash Holdings

Overall Satisfaction:   3.67 out of 5 (9 responses)

Location   4.11
Amenities   1.00
Cost / value   3.78
Physical condition of the rental unit   3.33
Response to requests for repairs   3.75
Communication with rental company   3.44

Students were asked - what is the most important thing to know about this rental company?

  1. Rent is cheaper than most apartments; $450 and decent living space with overall good service and maintenance.
  2. This particular rental property is old, tiny, and very close together. You can hear everything from your neighbors, and there is no A/C.
  3. While the average rent per month is cheap, the tenant still has the electric bill and wifi to handle.
  4. It's old/dingy, the state of the unit was NOT good when I moved in. The fridge was half-broken and my window was actually plastic.
  5. It is expensive for one person, but it is a great place to live.
  6. Some of the units can be older, but they do care about fixing things if they are able to and they are always nice and friendly.

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