Campus Realty

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  • 1335 S University Ave

    Ann Arbor, MI 48104

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  • 734-761-2103

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Avoid parking at any Campus Realty-owned parking lot! I purchased a pass for their 520 S Forest parking lot, and placed it inside my car on the back window as instructed. 5 days later I went to use my car, and found out that it had been towed. After informing the towing company on the phone that I was parked there legally and had the pass in my back window, I headed to their office. When I got there and inspected my car, I found 3/4 of the parking pass had been ripped out from the INSIDE of my back window. The only thing left were the sides where the adhesive had been and some paper fragments. The weird thing was, my car was locked and nothing else had been taken, despite the fact that I keep valuables in my car, including an expensive GPS. I'm not going to outright accuse Triangle of anything, I'll leave it to you connect the dots. Long story short, Campus Realty was incredibly unhelpful and I had to pay $285 to get back the car that had been legally parked. The whole situation seemed incredibly suspicious. Now, suppose it was actually some random person who stole the pass out of my car. Why doesn't Campus Realty provide Triangle Towing with a list of cars that are allowed to park in their different lots? Why isn't it a requirement that they have to? It's ridiculous. If this happened to you too, let me know. I doubt I'm the first.

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Avoid parking at any Campus Realty-owned parking lot! I purchased a pass for their 520 S Forest parking lot, and placed it inside my car on the back window as instructed. 5 days later I went to use my car, and found out that it had been towed. After informing the towing company on the phone that I was parked there legally and had the pass in my back window, I headed to their office. When I got there and inspected my car, I found 3/4 of the parking pass had been ripped out from the INSIDE of my back window. The only thing left were the sides where the adhesive had been and some paper fragments. The weird thing was, my car was locked and nothing else had been taken, despite the fact that I keep valuables in my car, including an expensive GPS. I'm not going to outright accuse Triangle of anything, I'll leave it to you connect the dots. Long story short, Campus Realty was incredibly unhelpful and I had to pay $285 to get back the car that had been legally parked. The whole situation seemed incredibly suspicious. Now, suppose it was actually some random person who stole the pass out of my car. Why doesn't Campus Realty provide Triangle Towing with a list of cars that are allowed to park in their different lots? Why isn't it a requirement that they have to? It's ridiculous. If this happened to you too, let me know. I doubt I'm the first.

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My boyfriend and I lived in the "Barrister" building his 2cnd year of business school. The apartment had lots of problems- leaks, noise (no sound insulation between apartments so you heard everything), sometimes mice and bugs- and the Campus Rentals people were unfriendly and unhelpful every time we tried to get help. The tall wierd man, Thomas Stegeman, who seemed to be the owner seemed openly hostile; the other lady Sally (maybe his wife?) was nicer but not much.

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My boyfriend and I lived in the "Barrister" building his 2cnd year of business school. The apartment had lots of problems- leaks, noise (no sound insulation between apartments so you heard everything), sometimes mice and bugs- and the Campus Rentals people were unfriendly and unhelpful every time we tried to get help. The tall wierd man, Thomas Stegeman, who seemed to be the owner seemed openly hostile; the other lady Sally (maybe his wife?) was nicer but not much.

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Triangle Towing owners Scott and Laura Snuvernick and Campus Realty owners John and Lois Stegeman have an illegal towing scam at 520 South Forest Avenue in Ann Arbor Michigan. Michigan laws says signs have to be posted and prominently displayed at designated vehicular access points. This is a large parking lot with no signs. Tow truck drivers watch people park and then tow them immediately. How do they get away with this? John and Lois Stegeman own part of the road in front of the parking lot. They put signs on the street, but no one knows these signs also cover the parking lot. These road signs, however, do not satisfy Michigan law because signs have to be prominently displayed at access points. This is so manipulative its stunning. The Ann Arbor Police and City Government are part of the scam, refusing to rectify the situation and being abusive to anyone who tries.

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Triangle Towing owners Scott and Laura Snuvernick and Campus Realty owners John and Lois Stegeman have an illegal towing scam at 520 South Forest Avenue in Ann Arbor Michigan. Michigan laws says signs have to be posted and prominently displayed at designated vehicular access points. This is a large parking lot with no signs. Tow truck drivers watch people park and then tow them immediately. How do they get away with this? John and Lois Stegeman own part of the road in front of the parking lot. They put signs on the street, but no one knows these signs also cover the parking lot. These road signs, however, do not satisfy Michigan law because signs have to be prominently displayed at access points. This is so manipulative its stunning. The Ann Arbor Police and City Government are part of the scam, refusing to rectify the situation and being abusive to anyone who tries.

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Campus Realty has many apartments for renters to choose from. Their apartment are mostly around the campus of University of Michigan. However, their mangement is terrible. They always charge unexpected fee. Even though they provide free internet, the speed is extremely slow that you would like to pay and connected a new line for yourself. Not recommended!

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Campus Realty has many apartments for renters to choose from. Their apartment are mostly around the campus of University of Michigan. However, their mangement is terrible. They always charge unexpected fee. Even though they provide free internet, the speed is extremely slow that you would like to pay and connected a new line for yourself. Not recommended!

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