Ethan Conrad Properties, Inc. Reviews (2)
Review: I signed a lease with ethan [redacted] on 02/24/2014 at four pm ,I called carol the next day at 8 am and cancelled the lease.now she tried to cash my check also she is determind to keep the lease with meDesired Settlement: I would like ethan [redacted] to stop the lease and not go after me through any legal way
The attached will describe what has transpired, and here is a summary.
-Although we had a legal signed contract/lease with [redacted], at his request, we rescinded the lease he had signed and leased the space to another tenant.
-The check supplied to us by [redacted] was canceled by him, and we did not cash it. No money was transferred to us as a result of this transaction.
In other words, no lease exists, and no cost has been charged to [redacted]. If you have any further questions, please let us know.
I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to my concern, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.
Review: Recently my office space located in Fair Oaks was purchase by Ethan Conrad Properties located in Sacramento. After the purchase, we offered to expand our office space to include additional square footage. The offer that was given to my company gave us no incentive to expand or stay when our lease is up on March 31st, 2016 since the rate per square foot only increased annually from our current $1.75 per foot to $1.97 per foot through 2020. The previous owner permitted me in 2011 to option to repair and replace the broken signage and rename the location [redacted] which is the name of my self employed company. That agreement was verbal and was in place until [redacted], ** and Ethan Conrad and the lease negotiator, refused to negotiate any further. She offered a "take it or leave it" counter offer leaving me no choice but to start looking for new space effective April 1, 2016. During her first visit, she showed me her plans to improve and repair the building and change the name of the property to something other than [redacted]". I told her that was unacceptable and to leave the signage alone for now. If we cannot renegotiate the contract, she must leave our signage alone until our lease is up in March of 2016. She seemed to understand but during repairs and construction, she removed my signage and replace it with her new signage. This was a breach of contract that did not permit her to change it without my permission (either verbal or written),Desired Settlement: I would request a replacement of my signage until our lease expires on March 31st, 2016, or reimbursement of the expense to repair and replace the signage the we paid in 2011 totaling just under $2,000.00. If further request an opportunity to mediate with Ethan Conrad through the Revdex.com and resolve this issue without having to go to small claims court to get reimbursed.
September 23, 2015 RE: Complaint ID # [redacted] A proposal was offered to [redacted] to try and keep him as a long term tenant. When he decided not to respond and did not give us a proposal counter to ours, we thought the negotiations had stopped. We then moved forward with our plans to change the sign and improve the center to attract new long term tenants. It’s very important to note that all this would have been avoided had [redacted] returned phone calls or made any effort to work out a deal amendable to both parties. This is after all, how deals are made. But the process requires open communication. [redacted] made the choice not to respond to us. We only followed through with what we told him we planned to do. We are happy to return his sign to him if it is in fact in a vacant space at our property. We stand by our right to change the name on our sign, on our property, to something that gives the center a fresh start to help entice new tenants willing to participate with our company. In conclusion, the channels for cordial dialogue to resolve issues in a thoughtful and meaningful manner remain completely open for [redacted]. We’re in the business of providing each and every one of our 800—plus tenants the opportunities to pursue their dreams and become successful. Best regards, [redacted]