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|Real Estate|Minnetonka, MN 55343

23 9th Ave S, Minnetonka, MN 55343

(952) 238-1121


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Bill Nelson on Facebook

2 years ago

12/01/2018, 00:57 AM
I have requested changes due to disability and I was told no the board did not approve my requests. I was also told the ADA couldn't do anything about it. Well they are correct on that part of it, yet they don't understand it falls under FFHA the follows the ADA guidelines.
chris k. on Citysearch

4 years ago

05/13/2016, 12:45 PM
Hey Jeff, I am going through the same issue with the deck, can you let me know if you have resolved that??? Please give me a call at 952-607-7803
Jeffrey L. on Citysearch

5 years ago

10/04/2015, 17:18 PM
The Association sent a me a letter September 15, 2015. In the letter the management said that the decks were unsafe, not to go out on them, and further that it was our responsibility to repair them, and that the Association would take legal action if they were not repaired! I've only lived here a year, and I was NEVER made aware of this issue. The FHA would not approve the loan if they and I knew. The manager's name is Kay Sand, and like the others who have written about the horrible management, good luck getting her to return phone messages. I am looking into taking the Association to court for breach of contract, as they (the Association) won a law suit in April of 2013 for structural defects. It sure would have been nice to know this before I bought the home!
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Page E. on Citysearch

7 years ago

11/11/2013, 03:24 AM
Been with them for 18 years. Have had some differences of opinion. But, they've done a pretty good job at DCHA. For the huge number of addresses Kay has under management, a few people will inevitably be dissatisfied. Unhappy people tend to post things. The 'silent majority' tends to be satisfied, and tends to post nothing. - Page
Nancy P. on Citysearch

7 years ago

02/02/2013, 04:07 AM
Personal Touch Management is HORRIBLE - do NOT recommend!! They set up a contract with a snow removal company that comes out between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. to start their bobcat and remove snow. In fact, we had maybe one inch of snow tonight and sure enough, once again, the bobcat was plowing driveways at 3 a.m. I can still hear him down the street. I have contacted Personal Touch numerous times and they don't do anything. We are treated like renters rather than homeowners. Our HOA dues continue to increase each year but for what?! I'm agreeing with another person who wrote a post that I will never live in another association neighborhood again. The landscape contractors don't replace dead shrubs. Oh yes, and Personal Touch also allows this landscaping/snow removal company to take up two guest parking spots for about 5 months every year so they can plug-in their bobcats in order to wake people up in the middle of the night. But if you are actually a homeowner and live here, your vehicle gets towed if you part in he "guest parking." Wake up Personal Touch Property Management - it's called "Guest Parking" not "snowplow parking."
Maria T. on Citysearch

9 years ago

12/31/2011, 19:10 PM
Ineffective – I agree with other posters here regarding the ineptitude of this management company. I have only had contact with one woman from the company, Kay. Initially I was led to believe that she was very concerned about the repair needing to be done at my townhome. She sent a couple of contractors who did not find/fix the issue. And then just started ignoring my calls completely. It has come to the point where I am looking into legal help to resolve what should have been a fairly simple repair here. If the housing market were different I would get out of here just so I would not have to spend so much time and frustration trying to get them to DO THEIR JOB! And this is one maintenance issue is the only thing I have asked them to take care of since I have lived here. As this association development ages, there will only be more elements needing to be repaired/replaced. I don't see this company as being capable of dealing with homeowners and hope they will be replaced with a capable property management company.
Mr Truth on Citysearch

9 years ago

06/09/2011, 18:28 PM
Out of Touch is more like it!! – I have had several maintenance issues while living in my townhome and have had to literally fight and argue with them over things that they were supposed to be doing. Like the ice dams that we had on our roof this year. I told them they need to come out and get rid of them since we started to get leaking in our unit. They said that they had already come out once this year and removed snow from the rooftops. Ok, maybe some years once is enough but when you have a record setting year, I don't think so. That was not the issue though. There were 1 to 1 and a half foot ice dams on the roof and we were starting to get a leak into the unit. We told them we were going to get some out to do it ourselves since they didn't want to take care of it. They proceeded to tell us we could not do that and it was a common area covered by the association, AH... duh that is what we had been telling you. Of course it wasn't going to effect them but it could damage our unit and our insurance also told us if the damage we receive in our unit was caused by the roof issues, they would not be liable and would not cover it. I also told them that pretty much every unit had ice dams and I was sure they would have issues if they weren't already. They proceeded to tell us that there were other units having problems with leaking but related it to the new roof we had installed on the units. Finally after hours (pretty much 2 days and close to 12 hours) of back and forth they sent some out to do our unit and did only the other units that complained, but did not do any other units. How ridicules!!! Why not do all the units at once so they wouldn't have to pay a company to come out and do the work more than once. This is just one of the many experiences that I have had with this company. Needless to say they are very unprofessional and difficult to work with. Sad SAD SADDD!!!
NF123 on Citysearch

10 years ago

12/27/2010, 11:10 AM
Horrible Management Company – They ignore inquiries and maintenance issues. If you have an option go somewhere else.
Musiclover346 on Citysearch

10 years ago

11/19/2010, 08:59 AM
COULDN'T BE HAPPIER WITH THEM! – Our association switched to this company a little over one year ago. They were able to lower our costs immediately (our prior Management Company told us that we needed to raise our dues at least 20% to stay viable, and in order pay their outrageous management fees which went up, again). Personal Touch does not raise their management fees every year, in fact our dues can go down again this year! They found things that were costing us money - thousands of dollars a year - and fixed them immediately. They have saved us in legal fees as well by switching from our old attorneys that did nothing to new attorneys that have saved us over $10K per year in legal costs. They watch our bills for us and notice any discrepancy in them and act to fix the problems while they are little molehills before they become mountains to move. They have pointed out the things we have to change to be a more desirable community, which no other management company has done. I can't believe how great they are! We have people who actually WANT to attend our meetings because they are happy with things and want to suggest more things because they know that this company will act on what we want, or if the suggestions are not viable, they will find an alternative that makes everyone happy. In short, they are working to increase the value of our properties for us. How many associations can say that their management company is doing that proactively?
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