Bill Clough (William Clough), the house owner and landlord, at first looks like a great guy who is friendly and wants to help everyone. After you move in he starts being more and more controlling, trying to know everything about your life and getting offended easily if you don't follow his counsels. He is very possessive of the guys who live there. I got into a terrible situation because of that when I lived there, and I had friends who got into similar situations afterwards. Bill needs professional help to deal with his struggles and cannot handle having strangers at his house because he doesn't understand his role as a landlord. Sandy is a nice area, but I'd rather live in a worse place where I could have peace at home than living somewhere where I feel like I gained a super protective mom who cares about every single little thing I do and wants more than just a friendship with me.