Apply by 8/21 and get rent as low as $995 on two bedrooms, with $250 Deposit on approved Credit.<BR>Apply by 8/21 and get rent as low as $995 on two bedrooms, with $250 Deposit on approved Credit.
Staff just made my transfer to another one of their apartments so smooth! Communication has been great, especially during this hard time where we cant meet. I appreciate all their hard work!
When I lived there I thought it was decent, but the way management handled a situation makes me second guess if they care about their residents. I'm sharing so this situation doesn't happen to someone else. I bought a house and my lease was up on February 19th. I thought I did a stop service for my utilities but i didn't. I realized this when I received a utility bill in March. The utility meter was read on February 18th, so I only used the utilities for one day, and the rest of the bill was for time that they had control of the unit and my lease was up. This bill was the 3rd highest bill I have had, and the unit is unoccupied for all but one of those days. I asked management if they would be willing to reimburse me for the portion of the bill that they used (30 of the 31 days on the bill) and they basically said its your bill, you pay it. I would agree that it is my mistake for not ending it, but on the flip side, if you forget to start utility service for your unit, they will charge you $50 to set it up. I don't know what they did in my unit for a bill to be almost as high per day as January's utility bill, with nobody using the water heater, lights, and the furnace should be set lower. On top of that, the average daily temp was 9 degrees more than my next highest bill (which was only $2 more) and someone was actually living in it. Maybe they just don't care about environment.
In conclusion, I would cross your T's and dot your I's with them. The right thing to do would be reimburse me for this bill since they used 30 of the 31 days and they had control over the thermostat. But I guess doing the right thing over maximizing the bottom line is out of the question.
I have visited (for a month) my son who lives in one of the complexes. I enjoyed how quiet and respectful people were. Maintenance needs were met with punctuality and courtesy These apartments have so much to offer and we look forward to living here for a long time.
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