From the moment you walk through the front door you'll feel right at home at Belden Reserve apartments. Cutting edge amenities, meticulously-groomed grounds, and a dedicated team, all contribute to a higher standard of living. Convenient shopping, award-winning schools, local museums and parks are all close at hand, with sponsored activities to develop new hobbies while getting to know your neighbors. Community features include a pool and wet deck, modern fitness facility, social room and business center.
This is very odd for me because I usually only write positive reviews but I wanted to warn people about a specific agreement they have for breaking lease. I'm very disheartened when writing this email, as I am a new mother supporting my newly relocated family in TN. We have moved to Murfreesboro from TN thinking it would be a good fit, long store short; Murfreesboro is a very long commute for being 28 miles from city. The commute into Nashville would easily take 2 hours during rush hour. As for the apartments, they are nicely taken care of and staff are very friendly. We made the decision to break our lease because of commute and the city not suiting us. They gave us the option to pay the break lease and either pay 2 months and break lease fee or turn in keys and have them post it online until it's rented, "if someone rents it then we won't be liable for remainder of rent". Of course, this sounds fantastic in hindsight. Someone immediately rented the apartment, so they removed from website, when I had called the following Monday, they realized the person no-showed. We unexpectedly owed that months rent, and it hasn't been posted on website since. My family and I are now in a horrible situation knowing the will not bother marketing it for us. My company offers legal aid as an added benefit to employees, so I asked them to review the agreement for me. When I looked at break-lease document, it doesn't mention what we agreed to about them posting the apartment. The apartment was well maintained and staff are friendly but don't take this option without caution or proper expectations.
I've spent the past 9 years living in apartments in Murfreesboro (8 different ones to be exact). This is the worse complex. The maintenance staff has zero respect for the personal affects of the tenants. They pride themselves as an "exclusive" and "luxury" complex, but really it is just college students and Section-8 recipients. The entirety of the grounds is covered in dog feces. Police regularly come to enforce noise violations. Apartments flood due to AC drains being clogged because maintenance is "overwhelmed" with maintaining the pool.