I have a major issue with my Property Manager who is also a real estate agent in DC. For the past 1.5 my upstairs neighbors (4 College kids) have thrown parties loud music 20 plus people at a time inside 1-2 days a week till 4am.
I have spoken to them in person and via text numerous times. I have notified the property manager. Nothing Changes.
The lease holder is one of the students mothers who lives outside of the US.
They pay 4,000 a month for a 3 bedroom and i pay 2k so clearly he doesn’t want to loose the money.
The property manager says there is nothing he can or will do other than talk to them each time i complain.
He even told me to “work it out” they aren’t going anywhere.
Aside from it being a nuisance DC has rules in place for this.
The property manager refuses to give me my landlord contact info, also refuses to give me the mothers contact info.
The property is not registered as a legal rental and the landlord has the property on homestead act he lives.
He lives in maryland..
Has anyone else had this experience???
I was trying not to call the police cause they are students but i don’t know what to do and feel the property manager wants to get rid of me rather than fix the issue.
Are tenants not allowed to have their own landlords contact info?
Will the police actually do anything at all?
Should I report it as an illegal rental and if so where?
Do I report the illegal homestead act piece if so where?”
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