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Scared of the upstairs neighbor

Posted by kerilyn (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 16, 11 at 21:37

I've recently had some neighbors move in and their music is way loud. After a couple of nights hearing it I left a note kindly saying they may not realize how loud it is but it is very loud to the neighbor downstairs. A week went by and everything was fine. However then it started up again. I pounded on the ceiling and they got the point and turned it off. But now it seems like a daily thing and I told the managers about it twice. Today when I got home they purposely had it louder than normal for an hour. Then turned it off. I think it was they're way of saying you can't tell us what to do. I'm not trying to start anything. I live in a very high crime area and I don't want to cause any more problems. I don't want cops involved, but I'm nervous about what if I started something I shouldn't have. I only have 2 more months on my contract and don't know if I should buy out or let things get worse. Or transfer upstairs for 2 months and pay the 235 dollar transfer fee. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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