I liked the 3 bedroom apartment very much and Rachel was very nice. I would like an apartment on the level ground floor and I am not sure one was available.
One bed/one bath 650sq feet floor plan: Appliances are OLD! The oven temperature was off by about 50~ degrees, which made it hard to cook anything. Couldn't bake anything that needed to be cooked for an specific time at a specific temperature (cookies, muffins, cake, etc) because the temperature was so off. Only one burner on the stovetop would go below "medium" heat, and one burner would only work on "high" heat. The toilet was very old, and the tank was disgusting and stained from years of use--no cleaner would help. The closet for the washer and dryer was so small that you had to remove the doors in order for the washer/dryer to actually fit. They also charge a ridiculous amount of fees when you move out. I got charged a "tub resurfacing fee" even though I scrubbed that thing spotless before moving out, as well as some ridiculous fee about cleaning the toilet even though they CLEARLY did not clean it before I moved in. I paid the move out fees online, like how you're supposed to pay rent, and then the office preceded to call me constantly to tell me that I couldn't pay it online and that I needed to send them a cashier's check, even though the money was deducted from my bank account already. You also have to pay your water bill to them rather than the water company, which I didn't like. They calculate the water usage of the whole building and then divide that by the number of units so no matter how little water you actually use, you still have to pay evenly with everyone else. I was out of town for 3 weeks and yet my water bill was still $40 that month.
The apartment was alright. However nobody every came to fix anything that was reported... They would say someone was coming to fix it so I would lock up my pets and the people would never come. There were bugs and snakes everywhere. The worst part is when FROGS start coming up the toilet. That was my last straw. Nobody ever came to assist in the matter. Then after I moved out I got charge left and right for the things they never fixed even though they were reported. I am still paying the move out fees of over 2500. All the money you pay up front is not a deposit and you will have to pay it again when you move out. Moving in is tempting because the office ladies are nice but living there they are useless and moving out the are worse the credit collectors/tellamarkerters.
Looks very promising.
Recently moved in and if I had to do it all over again I wouldn't have chosen this location. When I moved in, I immediately needed repairs in both my kitchen and bath. Two of the repairs took maintenance coming twice because they didn't fix the issues the first time (one of the issues was having to move my toilet paper holder because the plaster of the wall was completely destroyed and couldn't hold the holder in place). When they did come, they tracked plaster everywhere and didn't clean up. When I moved in, the apartment was absolutely disgusting. The floors were dirty (to the point the bottom of my feet turned black when I walked around barefoot) and old, dead bugs were trapped in the carpeting. Mopping my bathroom took care of how disgusting that floor was, but no amount of vacuuming or trying to get the dead bugs up has worked. Every time I turn around, I'm finding gnats, fruit flies, moths, centipedes, and millipedes in my apartment. I've only encountered one roach. Oh, and one earwig. The parking lot is a disaster and is in desperate need of repaving. Potholes are everywhere, from the time you enter the complex all the way back. If you work late and don't get home until after 9:30, good luck finding a parking spot convenient to your apartment. Twice now I've had to park far away from my apartment and walk. The noise level is ridiculous. My upstairs neighbor rattles my apartment when they walk and decided that moving in and arranging everything from midnight until 3:30 am one night was perfectly acceptable (that's a reflection on them, not the complex, though better construction would cut down on the noise level IMMENSELY). Certain residents have their music blaring all hours of the night while driving through and have waken me up several times. The water in this complex tastes dirty, even with a water filter. When I first visited, we filled up a water bottle in the office and the water was brown. Should have been a red flag then. Run, don't walk, away.
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