How to find the best Lake House rental in Penrith
PENRITH, NSW — It was a cold morning in July 2017, and I was driving through the northern suburbs of Penruth when a rental car came to a halt.
“You are being charged $15 for a single bed?” the driver asked.
“I’m paying $15.”
I asked the rental car driver if he could help me find a new house, but he said no.
I didn’t want to drive around in my car for a few hours looking for a place to live.
I wanted to rent my own house.
So I called the number on the car, a company called Alamo Rentals.
“We can’t do that,” they told me.
“The property isn’t yours,” they said.
“It’s an Alamo property.”
“That’s not true,” I replied.
“Your home is an Alama property.”
I was confused.
The Alamo name is synonymous with Lakehouse, a popular and well-loved luxury rental service in the city of Sydney.
“Well, it’s the same property,” they replied.
I was not confused.
I had rented the property from the property manager of the property for a couple of months, and it was now owned by Alamo.
The rental company was claiming the property was theirs.
I couldn’t believe it.
“If I want to take a shower, I can use the bathroom,” I said.
They agreed to let me take a short shower.
I went to the bathroom and washed my face and body.
I left my hair and makeup in the sink.
The car stopped in front of the rental house and we got out.
I explained to the driver that I needed to change my car and we needed to go to the other side of town.
“There’s no other place to stay,” he said.
I looked around for another place to rent a house.
“This is the best place in Penrs,” I told him.
“What about you?”
I said to the rental company.
“Alamo,” they responded.
“Don’t say that.”
Alamo had a website.
I typed in my name and asked to be listed as an Alamon owner.
I called a number and spoke to a person on the phone.
“Are you sure you want to be an owner?” the man asked.
I said I wasn’t sure.
“Do you have any experience with a property?” he asked.
When I told the man that I had no experience, he said, “No.
But we have been doing this for years.”
I did not take the job.
I told Alamo that I wanted the property as a rental property.
Alamo said it was the right decision.
“Just don’t say ‘yes,'” the company said.
Alamon’s website had a picture of a man holding a red balloon.
I felt like a superhero.
“So how does this property fit into the Alamo family?”
Alamy told me the property is the property of the family who owned it for 20 years.
“How do you get it?”
I had a hard time understanding.
I asked them to let a lawyer look at the property and they did.
I emailed them and asked them what happened to the Alamos after I took over the property.
I also asked Alamo if they could explain why the property should be sold to someone else.
Alamic said it could be done in a matter of weeks, if the seller wanted to.
I don’t think it would have been fair for them to sell it, but Alamo told me I could go to court and get the sale if the property wasn’t theirs.
Alamosto had told me that the property belonged to the family.
I still hadn’t seen the Alamon family.
They told me to call them to ask them about it.
When they called me back a few days later, I told them I didn, and that they would never know the truth.
“Why are you doing this to me?”
“They are the owners,” they answered.
“Is there anything you can do to stop me from using this property?”
I told me Alamo could be sued if they didn’t pay the money.
Alamedo said that I was being a “whore” and a “slut” and I should be ashamed of myself.
I gave them my contact information and said I would call them back.
I then called Alamon and told them what I had learned.
“Can you please send me a copy of the contract?”
I emailed Alamo a few weeks later.
“No, we cannot,” they wrote back.
“That would be against our Terms of Service and all Alamo agreements.”
Alamon was not happy about that.
“Not having a lawyer involved with the dispute is very disheartening,” Alamo wrote in an email.
“While we are a great company,