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Quail Creek Apartments / apartments uninhabitable

1 Kansas City, KS, United States

I signed a lease for the Quail Creek apartments located at 913 N 72nd Street in Kansas City, KS 66112. I had asked for a lower level unit not knowing the buildings at 7166 Armstrong Avenue were deemed uninhabitable because of black sewage filling the entire units about every three months. The owners and managers at the time of me signing the lease, were well aware of the ongoing problem. My next door neighbor told me they had been there for about seven years and it happened all the time. They had small children, I wondered why they stayed. About two months of me being there the owner sold the property to an Arkansas company . I couldn't take it anymore it was disgusting. The whole entire floor in the hallways would fill up with raw sewage. Sewage filled the entire units. All they would do is send out someone to suck up the sewage and sprinkle deodorant on the carpets. I started to become mysteriously ill. I kept calling the ambulance. My skin started to peel. My eyes started to get very itchy and watery. It was very weird. I called an attorney to get help to terminate my lease early. I also felt I need to get compensation to help with relocation since I signed a lease not knowing what I was getting into. The attorney was of no help. He said Kansas law allows landlords to endanger the lives of children and families by placing them in uninhabitable housing. Wow! That is really [censor] nasty. I am tired of unscrupulous people always getting away with destroying my life. So, I am exposing them and hoping this article helps someone like me before they go to Kansas and to Quail Creek. Read Hilton Hotel Secrets by Donald Lee Starr live on Audible.com

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Dec 31, 2017

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