The quality of your rental experience is very important to us. That's why we ask you to share feedback about the property you rented. When you provide accurate reviews and timely comments, it helps ensure that the properties represented on this website meet the highest standards. Plus, your comments about your rental experience give other potential tenants a good idea of what to expect from that property in the future.
A property review consists of two parts:
All the comments and scores that you provide become a part of the property profile. the scores are displayed as a star, representing the average rating given by the tenant who rented the property through CHBO. You can find the score and comments on the reviews tab of each property listing's details page. In your review, you may want to address the condition of the property, the ease of rental, and/or the quality of the property owner's business practices. Do not include the owner or property managers name for privacy reasons.
How to complete a review
First, open the listing of the property that you rented. (You can search for the property using the search tool by location or property id.)
When you find the property listing that you rented, open up the listing details page and click the review tab. Select the amount of stars you believe the property review deserves and then write a review comment in the supplied box. In order to leave a review you must register for free then login to CHBO. Register or Login then follow the above steps.Here is an example of how the review will display on the listing:
Please note: Once you leave a review, it cannot be edited without directly contacting CHBO. You are solely responsible for your content.
Thank you for taking the time to complete a review. Your feedback is valuable.
Owner's and Property Managers can respond to reviews
Once a review is posted about your property, as the owner/property manager you will have the opportunity to respond to the feedback. We encourage you respond to all reviews.
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