We are considering renting an apartment and although this was on the upper arm of what we were looking to pay ($2,170 per month) we wanted to look at the property as we expected with that price tag,the service, property and amenities would be amazing.
I made an appointment to come in on Sunday. When I arrived, the girl at the leasing office barely acknowledged my presence and said in a monotone voice how can I help you? (While barely looking away from her computer screen.) As a note I was the only one in the office so they were not busy.
I explained that we had an appointment to look at a two bedroom unit. She got the keys for the unit, and walked about 10 paces ahead of us to the building where the unit was.
Now, I should mention that I toured another property about half an hour before this one. And there, it is less money, and they were more than gracious and were pointing out all of the property amenities during the tour. It was over 90 that day, she did not offer us any water or anything, just left us sprinting after her to get to this property. Also, no smile or anything. I would assume that they are trying to entice people to rent there which is surprising, because if this is how they treat people who havent signed a contract, I really have no interest in finding out how they treat people who have signed a contract.
The apartment did seem nice, but it was the largest of the two bedrooms and they did not have any of the smaller two bedroom units available to see.
Pricewise, I think $2170 is a lot of money to pay, especially since the unit that we toured was facing the woods , however most of the buildings presently renting are facing construction - or other units. The unit was nice, but I was not blown away.
She started walking back to the main building, again, 10 paces ahead of us-making no conversation, and at that point we didnt know if we should just return to our car? We followed her back to the leasing office where I assumed she would show
From "Hello" to "Bon Voyage," very attentive and consistent.
I visited some friends who recently moved In and I immediately fell in love with this place. The prices are high but rightfully so!
This Tempo Community is beautiful and lively. I move every 2 -3 years and know that workers maintain a place but people truly make the community.
I lived at Tempo for over 19 months and had to move across the country for a job. I thought renewing my lease for a second year would count for something but instead: I have paid rent for the past 4 months without actually living in the Apartment and been charged amenities fees yet I do not live in CT anymore to partake in any of those amenities, I have been paying utilities including water and sewer. It is one thing to pay for gas and electric because those things have to stay running but I do not see why I still have to pay for water and sewer without using either for the past 4 months. The most egregious of all is that I have been expected to pay for April Rent yet the apartment has been re-leased. I have never heard of any complex holding a unit for a month and a half but I guess they are able to do that because they have me paying for the unit without living in it anyway. So be advised it is not worth the trouble.
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