Just recently told management about mold growing on master bath ceiling along with water coming out of the air vent in the bathroom. They came and inspected it and discovered that several (3-4) units have water leaks in the walls/structure of the units. Maintenance came and tore up my bathroom making it inoperable for one week (plus loud fan 24 hours a day). Then today they came and told me the damage was extensive and we (hubby and I) would have to either sleep on a mattress on the floor in another bedroom (we have 3 bed, 2 bath - 2 adults, 2 kids) or they would put us up in a hotel because our bedroom and bathroom is not going to be able to be used for another week AT LEAST. Are we legally able to get a rent concession instead of staying at a hotel? If they won't do it, should we sue?They wouldn’t give a rent concession when the master bath became inoperable since the other bathroom was still available. However, the LOUD fan operating 24 hours a day makes it hard to sleep. It is Christmas time and I am really upset. I don't get to enjoy my home during the holidays because all I can do is either stay in a hotel with 2 kids and pay more money for gas (have to drive further to work and school) and food (no complete kitchen or food in fridge), or live on my kids floor while listening to 2 really loud machines all day. I think this violates the right to quiet enjoyment, doesn’t it? Do I have a claim for damages as well as rent concession since I am really depressed now that I can’t enjoy the holidays in my own home? Also, this affordable housing community is not without other problems worth legally pursuing from a class action standpoint. Please contact me if interested.