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We absolutely love our home on Clinton Place and just signed another lease. The owners are very diligent when it comes to taking care of the property and are great at communicating with us / keeping us posted on maintenance/updates, etc. Whenever we have a question or problem (which is VERY rare) they are fast to respond (usually within a few hours - sometimes within minutes) and take care of things quickly/efficiently. There is a lot of value placed on protecting the home's history as well as the local environment. Historic preservation and sustainability are very important to the owners which we appreciate and feel very good about. Read more +
We've enjoyed living at 410 E Mill for the past two years. The Hermanns respond and address any maintenance concerns quickly. During our time here, a new hot water heater and partial roof were installed. The neigbors have been friendly and the house is right around the corner from a park and the Bloomington Public Library. The property is easy to maintain as it only requires mowing during the warmer months. This house is ideal for pet-owners as the backyard is large and recent landscaping minimizes mud that your outdoor pets might track into the house. The full basement offers lots of storage so you don't have to worry about where to put your stuff. We're only moving out because we found a place closer to where we work, which will make having one car much easier. Read more +
We have been living at 509 W Grove for the past year and a half. Â Bob has taken good care of us when something around the house needed to be fixed. Â Carol was very proactive about introducing us to the neighbors and that was a nice and unusual touch for a rental situation. Read more +
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Each home is as unique as a person. Therefore celebrating and creating a place for our tenants to call home is one challenge. Preserving the communities of our past while bringing them into the present is another challenge.
Historic neighborhoods are special places in our ever changing world.
The greatest challenge of all is to help our progressive world see the value of such places. Our tenants value history, community, and living green as they reside in them.
We are so grateful for the love and care they give the homes.
Many add special touches reflecting their life styles and needs.
At Hermann Homes we do our best to lease to our tenants more than a house.
We want to rent them a home where they make memories and get established in the Bloomington/Normal community. We invite our tenants to write a reference about the Hermann Home experience.