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Dec 20, 2013
Stop following Joe D. 7/27/2013 Our experience with Blue Egg was a disaster. We were shown an apartment which we wanted to put a deposit on. When the agent checked and discovered the place already had a deposit, she suggested we put one down too. I asked if it was worth my time to come in and give them money (it's never easy, is it? ) and she said that we had a good chance of getting the place. I went in. On Thursday evening. Finally, on Monday afternoon we were told that the place had gone to the other applicant. Ok, whatever. It sucks that it took so long to inform us while we could have been looking for other places, but it was the weekend, fine. Fine. The agent offered us another place by the same landlord at a higher price, but I declined as it was out of our budget. I requested my deposit be made available and that was going to be that for our dealings with Blue Egg. Later that evening, we were about to apply for another place when I received a text from the agent offering us the apartment at a price that WAS within our budget. We stopped the application process and ran down to meet the agent and see the place. It was awesome. We were incredibly excited about it and told that all we had to do was say yes and the place was ours. So, of course, we said yes. On Wednesday night, after two days of me patiently inquiring about signing the lease so we could move in on the first of the month, I received another set of texts that the landlord no longer wanted to offer us that price. We were told that the offer had to go through both landlords, but that only one had made it. When the other heard about it, he flipped out and denied us. For 150 dollars a month. Unbelievable. After being led along, we were furious. We had lost time and a couple of apartments we liked because of the time that had passed. That night, I requested that my deposit be made available the next evening at 6 so I could leave work early to pick it up. I spoke to the receptionist the next day (after someone tried to put the hard sell on me to look at more places with them while he looked at my financial information) and she said it would be ready at the time I requested. Then I later received a call that the boss wasn't going to return so I could not go in and pick up my money. Are you kidding me? After requesting it the night before, being assured it would be ready, and calling about it early in the day, they couldn't make my deposit available. What a joke. When I finally went in to collect my deposit on Friday for the first apartment on 417 Pulaski, I was told that they had switched over my paperwork to the new apartment on Dean St. Now, I am not sure if this is illegal, but changing my paperwork without either notifying me or having me agree to it is wildly unethical. At no point was there even a verbal agreement to change the information on the application. Blue Egg isn't evil. They're not monsters. But they are grossly incompetent and unprofessional. This was the result of a whole chain of bad decisions by the agent, Blue Egg, and the landlord they represented. And, honestly, I do not want our agent to lose her job. She is a sweet woman who was trying to do her best by us. However, that doesn't change that she messed up by offering us something that was not confirmed. A certain measure of education needs to happen here and Blue Egg needs to get their practices tightened down. My advice is this: when you respond to ads on Craigslist or Padmapper or where ever, ask the agent you speak to if they work for Blue Egg. If they do, kindly thank them for their time, and cancel your appointment. There are plenty of other companies out there that will treat you with professionalism and competence. Was this review …?
Blue Egg Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Blue Egg founded?
Blue Egg was founded in 2005.
Where is Blue Egg's headquarters?
Blue Egg's headquarters is located at 5 Penn Plaza, New York.
What is Blue Egg's latest funding round?
Blue Egg's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Blue Egg raise?
Blue Egg raised a total of $5.17M.
Who are the investors of Blue Egg?
Investors of Blue Egg include VantagePoint Capital Partners.
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