Let me start off off by saying that everytime I am denied something or services I never first jump to the conclusion that someone has a prejudice towards me. However, when I visited the Woodhollow apartments I felt differently. Currently I am apartment hunting and this is one of the places that I visited. When I parked the lady in the office watched me as I approached the door and I thought nothing of it. When I entered the office she did she ask me what I wanted I told her that I was inquring about in apartments that are available and she quickly told me she didnt have anything. There was a guy signing some type of paperwork as another guy stood in office looking at a paper and all visitors parking spaces were full. I left and as I got in my car I noticed she was glancing at me from the window. I groom myself and present myself well but she looked at me as if I was an unsavory character. I am of one race and the three people in that office were of the the same race. When speaking to two other people they somewhat confirmed that they may be shady in who they like to lease and its based soley on skin color. They are still advertising in a publication that they have apartments available. Please be aware I had been to several apartment complexes that day and did not feel uneasy when I left. This is the only apartment where I got feeling that whomever this lady was was not telling the truth. .
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