How we will contact you:Please complete the “Tenant Information Update Form” at your earliest convenience and return either by postal mail, fax (812.426.2750) or by emailing it to Vanessa Baker. Rent and other lease-related payments:Make payable to Summit, Receiver FBO Kunkel SquareSend: c/o Summit Real Estate Services | 420 NW 5th St., Suite 202, Evansville IN 47708Questions or concerns related to these payments should be addressed to Vanessa Baker. Attached Below Is The Letter Just Sent To All The Current Residents Of The KUNKEL Square ApartmentsDecember 10, 2018Attention: Kunkel Square ResidentsSummit Real Estate Services is pleased to announce that effective 12/4/2018 we have been court appointed as the Receiver and Property Management company for Kunkel Square.What does this change mean to you?Maintenance concerns and general questions about the property:Vanessa Baker, Property Manager, will serve as your contact for Kunkel Square. Her Contact information is noted below.(cell) 812.629.3527 | (email) [email protected] We look forward to serving you and will do everything possible to make this a smooth transition. Don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns.Sincerely,THE SUMMIT REAL ESTATE SERVICES TEAMFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Lease renewals:Vanessa Baker is your contact for any business of a lease-related nature, including renewals and termination
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Florida police alleged a former employee for the $8.6 billion VyStar Credit Union and her boyfriend stole nearly $50,000 from two member accounts.Lake City Police arrested Stevlein Stephon Bivins and Jasmine Cassandra Jones on July 12. Jones was a teller at the Jacksonville-based credit union.After reviewing surveillance footage and other evidence, the credit union’s internal affairs officers and police determined that Jones and her boyfriend allegedly began stealing from member accounts in June, and that it continued until a member alerted authorities.Police said Bivins presented himself as a VyStar CU account holder and made transactions at Jones’ teller station. Jones processed withdrawal slips submitted by Bivins and then allegedly provided him with cash.