Renting of Properties / Defaulting on rent of property
At about the mid of March, I rented an apartment in Queenstown from Mr Rugaya of Aspen Property Consultants Pte Ltd (also working for Bloomingdale Int'l Consultants). The period of rent is supposed to start from June. Yet at the start of June, the company called to inform me that a bank had seized the property (The reason he gave was pretty vague and I was not able to comprehend what actually happened) and offered me an apartment at a location that is not favorable to me. Naturally, I rejected the offer and Mr Rugaya promised that he would contact me again. Yet, after a relentless wait, I decided to give him a call. To my dismay, he did not pick up or return any of my calls.
Apart from engaging in property management, Mr Rugaya also runs a Maid Employment Service.
1. If the property is seized by a bank (which bank?), does that means that the company has poor financial management?
2. It might be a ruse employed by the company to force people to move to a less appealing area.
3. Poor customers service.