Denver, Colorado 2021-05-25 02:54:44 –
Aurora, Colorado — Yevonne Burgess says he’s used to things collapsing.
Corrupted stairs, unfixed railing stanchions, potholes, overgrown grass patches, and dead trees are just a few of the items on her list of complaints against HOA Mastino Management.
“Our stairs have been scattered for years and nothing happened,” Burgess said. “I can’t receive email because the center email unit isn’t working. It’s been around for over a year.”
She is the condo owner of the Sterling Commons Condo and says she pays the Mastino Management Company more than $ 300 a month. Mastino took over management in 2019.
“That’s a bad thing. The whole community is downhill,” Burgess said. “They don’t want to mow the lawn. They don’t want to repair sprinklers. They don’t want to do anything other than collect our money and make sure they’re paid on time, but they don’t want to help. “
Contact Denver7 asked Mastino Management for comment, but did not respond to the residents’ claims. A spokeswoman suggested that the HOA put together a repair plan, but mentioned some cases that were rejected by the population.
Residents of Sterling Commons have denied that claim.
Some residents claim that the basic problems of the condominium are causing health problems. One woman has a continuous leak on her ceiling. The other is a fungus growing in the bedroom. Both say they are due to a leak in the foundation.
“I’m really frustrated,” said another resident. “That’s why I really want to move”
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