PULLMAN, Wash. — Some Washington State University students found unwelcome conditions when moving into their off-campus apartments.
What was expected to be a quick move in day, turned into a longer ordeal. Courtney Yoon and her family said the apartment they were supposed to move into does not have livable conditions.
“The apartment we walked into was not ready at all,” Yoon’s father said.
Campus Commons Apartments, the complex with these conditions, has since moved Yoon around to three different units. Yoon said all the apartments had problems.
Campus Commons recently had a property management change. It is now owned by Nelson-Brothers Property Management. KREM 2 reached out to the company and they said our call was the first to alert them of any problems at their newly acquired property.
“We’re still in the process of putting what we call the ‘Nelson-Brothers sparkle’ on it and that might take more time than some might like, but that is the reality,” Blake Wettengel with Nelson-Brothers Property Management said.
Wettengal said the regional manager will be flying into Pullman Wednesday to oversee operations at the Campus Commons property and adds that maintenance and cleaning crews are working as fast as they can.