Providing residential viability

When you are looking for a new apartment from the options available to you in the Real estate in Cochin, it is best to keep in mind that you must obtain reviews from both past and current tenants of either the builders or an apartment complex. These reviews can be a lifesaver and possibly the determining factor when it comes to choosing an apartment. You have to keep in mind though, that the reviews are from tenants themselves, and are based on their opinions, rather than being an unbiased view on living in the apartment. Obtaining reviews of past tenants can get you information about what the whole experience of living in an apartment that you are interested in.

The views describing the experience of living in the apartment as a whole can provide needed insight on items such as how well the maintenance was taken care of and how comfortable and helpful was the building society. If you are taking the house on rent, the past tenants can also give you an idea of the landlord you are dealing with. Some landlords require the rent be paid by a certain time each month with no exceptions whereas others may be a little lenient if they know that you are having difficulties one month. You can get more information from the reviews from past tenants, but that does not mean that you need to neglect the reviews that current tenants provide. They can provide you more up-to-date opinions; because it is entirely possible that the apartment is run by a different management now than it was when former tenants were residing. A new building maintenance team can give a different outlook on life in an apartment. The reviews that are placed by current tenants can also give you a little information on the type of neighbours living in the complex. If you are besotted with the apartment, and it seems too good to be true, the reviews that are placed by both, the previous and present tenants can help you decide if it is really the apartment of your needs and dreams!

I wonder if the spam-bot has broken through the defenses or someone is genuinely lost…

Looks like a spam (bot or not), a lot have real names + some two digit number at the end. Though, first one I've seen advertising real estate rather than viagra!