My friends and I were looking for a house together, however we needed to stay within a budget, so our maximum rental price could be no more than $1500 each month. We finally found a few rental properties in our price range, however the amenities were poor. Most of the pools were closed half the time, in addition to there being an immense trash problem by the compactors. In order to live in a nice rental community, every one of us had to stretch our budget to $1850 each month. It was the only way to have a nice laundry facility, extravagant pool and spa, or plenty of parking spots. We were only residing in the rental for a matter of weeks, before coming upon our first major problem. My roommate came from work for dinner to discover a service worker in our living room. He was surprised to find him in the apartment, even after finding out about our Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C problem. Our Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C system was leaking water into the house. I called the office and I was mad that not a single employee contacted us before entering the apartment. We all work about five minutes away, so any one of us could have come to let someone into the venue. The Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C system was leaking profusely, although I felt like our privacy was invaded. When the Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C equipment was finally restored to working condition, I had a long talk with our property owner. He agreed not to enter the apartment, unless he has contacted all of the people on the lease first. Even in the event of an emergency, every one of us has the right to some privacy.