During the construction we have had no update of how long it will take, when we will have our porch back. Told we had to move everything out of our garage and then told that they cant legal enforce that but stingily encourage us too. The fact kids cant use chalk dumbfounds me. My kids not getting to have their tricycle on the porch is frustrating. The slide at the park is a safety hazard. We have had private things posted publicly on our door. I strongly encourage people not to move here is asked, and cant wait to buy a house and move out.
I don't even know where to start with how horrible this place is. Shortly after I moved in, Amanda took over as office manager, and the change was drastic. Constant emails and notices posting the rules and regulations, patio inspections and surprise inspections to inspect our housekeeping without our consent to enter. They did this under the guise of a California statute, where a landlord can enter to inspect for potential plumbing or electrical issues, however my research concluded that the statute doesn't cover housekeeping inspections. No use of our patios for 2 months before I moved out, with every sign of going on for months longer (with no rent credit), speed bumps installed every few feet, so from the community entrance to my garage, I had to drive over 15 speed bumps. That's 60 speed bumps per day just to leave the apartment twice! Management has no consideration for their tenants - it's like they're running a boot camp, making up rules after move-in that weren't in the lease, and I could go on, but there's only so much space. Suffice it to say that these girls (Amanda and Kelly) are on some kind of power trip and have no consideration that they're impacting the quality of life for their tenants. I was hoping to stay there until I found a house, but was forced to leave because I couldn't take it anymore. My new place is great and I'm so glad to be out of there!
I have been a resident here for approx 10 years and have made many friends who, are currently just as exasperated as I am since FPI mgmt has taken over! This is like a training property with a huge turnover in management. Getting them to follow through with their own rules with tennants who say "that's a crazy rule, and I'm not going to do it"causes an almost unbearable tension between tennants at times." Some of us feel we have been turned into a squeeky wheel, just begging for oil.
I have been told by some moving out that when they leave they are being unfairly nickled and dimed to the inth degree. These are reasonable people leaving in anger and with hard feelings. You've been warned..... By the way this is a full blown construction zone with renovations right now...
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