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BBB has determined that Desert Edge Property Management, LLC meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.
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Factors that raised the rating for Desert Edge Property Management, LLC include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size
- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business
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Business ManagementMr. Michael S. Smith, President
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9135 S Monroe Plaza Way Ste A
Sandy, UT 84070 (801) 265-9004 Directions
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Complaint: I live in a Town Home Community, the Bluffs townhomes in South Jordan. When I bought my new home in 2002, I was told that the HOA is responsible for the yard work. My lawn at the time was brand new, green and healthy. It started to look yellow, I complained to the HOA board I wrote a letter. but the only yard work I saw was once a week they came in the back yard with an edger or trimmer and trimmed the lawn. Finally I hired **** ***** lawn care services to come in and do the lawn care fertilization, watering weeds etc. My lawn was green and healthy. I paid 40.00 a month for the service in addition to my HOA dues. Then I spoke to **** ***** with Desert Edge he said that I should not pay **** ***** that they are responsible for the lawn care. So I stopped the services with **** *****. I have not had **** ***** for probably 2 years and My lawn is dead. There are patches of Dirt where there used to be green lawn, patches of yellow lawn, weeds in the lawn. I called **** with Desert edge, he is ****s Dad, but I don't know his last name, he said that the HOA is responsible for the lawn care he said they are responsible for the fertilization trimming and care of the lawn. He told me he would contact the company that is doing the lawn care, he asked if my back gate is open I told him it is. But my lawn is in bad shape no one from Desert edge has contacted me about the lawn. I called ****** lawn services to provide lawn care because I cannot get help from the HOA. I pay HOA dues of 120.00 a month they are supposed to provide for the lawn care as part of the 120 HOA fees, and they are not, so now I have to pay 45.00 a month to ****** Lawn service to save my lawn. I have pictures of my dead lawn if you need them let me know.
Desired Settlement: I want my lawn fixed, I want them to provide the services they say they are responsible for. The lawn in the commons area is green and healthy but my lawn is dead. If they do not provide for lawn service then they should let me know so I can provide someone to do it rather then tell me that they are responsible for it but not provide the service. ****** lawn service said I may need to lay new sod but they have not yet started the lawn care so they may or may not be able to save my lawn.
I have reached out to this owner and left two messages both of which she has called me back on. We keep missing each other via telephone. My hope is to have this matter resolved for the client right away.
On this situation the client contacted our office on 2 occasions to let us know that the landscape company, whom is a 3rd party that we contract to had missed her yard and not been taking care of it. Without consulting us, the client hired at her expense a different company to maintain her yard. Once the client made us aware of the matter we advised her to discontinue the service in which she opted for and that the landscape company that the HOA contracted to should and would maintain. On both occasions this matter was advised to the Landscape Company to resolve. This client has been advised on both occasions to keep us posted if the yard did not improve. Rather than inform us that the yard was still not to her liking as we had requested of her, the client opted to file a BBB complaint. If the owner would have simply contacted us to let us know that the yard was still not meeting expectations we would have gladly worked with the landscaper to further resolve the matter.
I do feel that a BBB complaint is unjustified and will work with the client to correct.
Desert Edge Property Managment
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