Anne is not honest in her review. Initially, she seemed to be a friendly and earnest guest when I agreed for her to spend two months in my home. I tried my best to please her and happily responded to no less than thirty extra services she requested from me within her first thirty days. Anne frequently summoned me to my home to repair things that were not in need of repair, but were mostly things she did not know how to use including her own own cell phone, printer, cable remote, etc. Invariably, when I would arrive everything she thought did not work, worked fine.
Outside of the things that did not need fixing were three minor issues that occurred involving easy fixes. Anne and her husband were responsible tenants in that they contacted me immediately regarding these issues, which were assessed and repaired in a timely manner. The truth is Anne's plan to rent my house for gatherings was not in compliance with my house rules and she was aware of it from the moment she arrived. I have a strict "No Parties" rule and she was throwing parties, not once but every weekend and occasionally during the week. I asked her to abstain and she refused. My town of Chester has an ordinance that states "No Airbnb guest parties of more than six people allowed in a home unless the owner is present or the people gathered are all family members".
Charmingly Chester sits ywenty five feet from the water. After twenty eight years in my home, we had one of the worst rain storms in our towns history the day before Anne's trip ended which created a flood in my basement under a small section of my home. The funds requested from Anne are based on Airbnb protocol for her violation and have nothing to do with the flood in my basement. A complaint for non compliance was put into action through Airbnb, after her first thirty days in my home. An added $15.00 a day to party in my house for two months is more than fair.