28.03.2020 – April Miet-Update – Now more than ever, Vinebrook Homes is working to fulfill our mission of providing safe, functional and affordable housing for the markets in which we operate. We take great care of our communities, our people and our neighbourhoods, and we are committed to finding solutions that work for all of us together to keep people in their VineBrook homes. The last thing someone wants is to lose a safe place to call home. We understand the reason for the eviction moratoriums put in place to protect tenants during the crisis. We will fully comply with these rules, if any. It is important to note, however, that neither moratoriums nor any other legislation exist to ease rent obligations. The April rent is still due on April 1st according to your rental agreement. We realize that many of our people, neighbours and communities are affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. In addition to the support we mentioned earlier, we are also pleased that Vinebrook Homes now pays credit card transaction fees for those who wish to pay their rent by credit card. If you are a resident with financial difficulties who thinks you may not be able to pay for all of your assets as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, please let us know. We work together to help you as much as possible. Contact us here: email@example.com Daniel Bathon, CEO of VineBrook Homes, travelled to Dayton last week to meet with the Maggard family and Police Chief Mark Lightner. “We have released our suppliers involved, we are working fully with the police and we are doing everything in our power to remedy the situation with our customers,” Bathon said in a statement.
In addition to the closure of our offices, we have also taken extra precautions to equip our field officers and those waiting for our homes with sanitiers, gloves and cleaning products. We also stopped all non-essential business trips, asked our employees who do not feel well to get quarantined. “The detective showed me eight pages – each with about 40 addresses for the houses where this guy was,” Maggard said. VineBrook`s houses have changed all the castles in the Maggards` house, but the family says they won`t feel comfortable until an arrest is made. Maggard`s son, Tyler, was at home at the time of the February 25 burglary. 2 bedrooms house with fenced in the courtyard, comfortable porch fron a bright and fresh kitchen with appa… . Tyler went to the police station Friday morning to identify the image of the man in a list. Tyler Maggard said he went down the stairs when the door opened and scared him.
The man told Tyler that he had come to fix the oven, but after a few minutes he admitted that he did not have the tools he needed and left it on foot. Neither VineBrook Homes nor the Maggards had requested his service. Huber Heights Sgt. Charles Taylor confirmed that the department had hired a detective on the case, but could not give further details. The man who had gone into the house for maintenance work has not been charged and the investigation is ongoing. The tenant, Jeff Maggard, said police were investigating the man`s connection to similar burglaries in Montgomery and Miami counties. . 26.03.2020 – Hardship Resources – Vinebrook Homes advises our resource residents to help in these difficult times. For more information on community service programs and organizations that can help you, visit our Hardness Resources page. Page Hardness Resources From 16.03.2020, our offices will be closed to the public to visit the public. Residents should use their gate or call us at 855-513-5678. We will remain available to meet with residents only by appointment.
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