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Where do I start?? When your soul purpose is to rip people off by hook or by crook, go see Strathfield Partners. They basically look like a take away shop from the outside and when you enter inside you see grumpy staff looking at their phones or lost in space. One minute in their presence and you'll realize they have no basic courtesy or manners to treat you as a customer. They will basically talk to you like you are a nothing so they usually get what they deserve. I have heard from sources there are over a dozen fair trading complaints and cases on them and I hope they get what they truly deserve. Greedy, to a level where they actually sound like penny pinchers and would literally beg you for your money one way or the other. They also add illegal charges to your account which should be crossed checked every time. Stay away and find a local, Aussie real estate agent if you can. There are plenty out there that'll look after you but I strongly recommend you do yourread more
Extremely rude staff who never return calls, The property manager doesn't know how to manage properties at all. If you escalate any issues his manager is even worse. If you are renting and have any issues with the property they will not fix them and they will give you issues at the end of tenancy with bond and you will need to go to fair trading yourself to lodge a claim.
I rented an apartment in Strathfield in 2016-2017 and Strathfiled Partners is by far the worst rental agency I have ever dealt with. First of all the advertised "ultra-modern" apartment had no aircon, blocked drain and broken shower tubing. Some of the the repairs were finally fixed 5 weeks later.
The malfunctioned dishwasher was never fixed despite multiple phone calls, emails and complaints, even after 6 months when I eventually moved out. Don't trust the agent "Anna" to call you back because she never did on four different occasions when she promised to do so.
They never inspected my apartment for the whole year, I wonder how much they charged the landlord for managing the property?