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Pittsburgh Nexus Real Estate LLCUnfair housing

Pittsburgh Apartment Leasing/Real Estate Company, Renting Apartments and Homes - Southside, Oakland, Regent Square, Mt. Lebanon and Dormont.

Like many others, I was not treated in good faith by Nexus Real Estate. Security deposits, building conditions, safety, monies due and unethical management has caused great distress.

Simply reviewing Federal and State Consumer websites makes it very clear -
Nexus Real Estate has not acted in good faith and did not follow several Pennsylvania State and United States laws, rules and regulations related to the leasing of apartments and homes. This pattern of unethical behavior is catching up with this group. Do not rent from Nexus Real Estate!

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  • Lh
    lhickton Jul 06, 2014

    My fiance and I currently are in the last week of our lease with Nexus in a really ### building. When we viewed the apartment, the girl living here had decorated it with a crapton of kitschy clutter and the rental agent talked it up, and we really couldn't see the actual base-state of the apartment until we moved in. Outside of just being really dingy with cracks and chunks missing from the walls everywhere, all of the electrical wiring is scary. Some of the outlet plates had electrical burns ands scorch marks, and our computer UPSs tell us that there's no ground for any of our outlets (i.e. the 3rd prong is absolutely useless). We told Nexus and they shrugged it off, and we feel like we're really lucky there were never any electrical fires or shortages.
    There was previous water damage in our ceiling when we moved in, and after a big storm in September, part of our ceiling in our living room fell in in a big mush. When we called to get it fixed, some guy came and tore out the whole section of sheet rock and covered it with a garbage bag with a bucket below it to catch water. We then had a gaping hole in our ceiling for 4 months until they bothered to send someone to fix it (after complaining about it for all that time).
    Also, when we moved in we discovered that our fridge didn't get cold enough and that perishables like milk were spoiling in 2-3 days rather than a couple of weeks. Our apartment is in what used to be a couple of bedrooms in an old converted Victorian house, and the fridge is set back in what used to be a closet. Nexus actually did send someone out to fix the fridge, but instead of actually measuring the width of the closet/nook, they replaced the fridge with one that was too large, and so just sawed off the edge of the space to make room for the replacement fridge.
    I put up some pictures of the hole in our ceiling and the way they forced the replacement fridge in. I wish I had some pictures of the electrical burns on the outlets, but they really quickly replaced the face plates when we said something about it. They never did anything with the actual wiring. I also included a few pictures of what the apartment looked like when we looked at it and decided to rent it; with just so much decoration and clutter everywhere, it was pretty impossible to see any of the outlets or just how generally ### the place is. =/ We were also only able to visit Pittsburgh for two days in May 2014 to rent a place for this year, and were really running out of time to find an apartment. I'm glad we're moving next week!

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