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Sandi Volkert

2405 Poplar St
Denver, CO 80207

  • 1.0
    Avg Score
  • 1.0
    Years Avg Stay
  • 1,800
    Avg Rent

  • Recommended
  • 2.5

    Responsiveness

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    Respect

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    Information

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    Condition

  • 4.5

    Pests

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    Safety

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    Social

1.0

TERRIBLE LANDLORD EVEN WORSE OF A PERSON

Posted 1 month ago

Towards the end of our lease Sandi would show up with less than 24 hours notice around 8am, would work nearly all day disrupting our living/work situation and upsetting my dog. She began making "improvements" to the property while we were still living there that were not necessary nor for our benefit. Upon moving into the property she left her car in the 1 car garage along with a TON of her personal items. She filled the basement and the shed with her personal items as well. Was rude regularly.

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    Responsiveness

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  • 5.0

    Pests

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    Safety

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    Social

1.0

Worst rental experience ever

Posted 1 month ago

Do not rent from Sandi Volkert. It was one of the most awful rental experiences I’ve ever had. She failed to tell us that she keep ALL of her belongings in the basement, garage, and shed (she was living out of the country). The only thing she told us was that she needed to keep her car in the garage, which we were fine with. We didn’t find out that she left practically all of her stuff in the house until the day we moved in and by that point, our old lease had already expired and we all know how bad the housing situation is in Denver. So we were left without any affordable alternatives and felt like we had to put up with it. Additionally, when we were in the last 2 months of our lease, there were a few incidents where she had contractors come over with only 10 hours of notice (she would email us at 10 pm that they would be by at 8 am the next morning). The worst part was she told us that we “violated” our lease because we had left one of our cars in the driveway when we were out of town and she got mad that she couldn’t retrieve her car from the garage. Keep in mind that we didn’t even know she was in the country let alone that she wanted to get her car. She expected to be able to get her car immediately when she told us that she wanted it but we were already out of town. She told us that we were in “violation” of the lease because we were blocking an entrance to the house. How is it blocking an entrance when we left one of our cars on the driveway? If we weren’t allowed to use the driveway, that wasn’t stated at all in the lease. Nor was the fact that we wouldn’t have any storage space in the basement, shed, or garage because of all of her stuff. But we were still charged full rent for the space despite losing several hundred square feet of space.

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  • 4.0

    Pests

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    Safety

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    Social