Sep 2019: Rented a room in a 4*4 apartment FURNISHED. But there is no furniture in the room for almost 3 weeks now. No bed, no functional shower...
Not responsible at all. Review from Google
Aug 2019: The complex looks clean. There are many parking spots. There is a pool (which seemed clean every time I went there).
Some of the neighbors are very kind.
I wanted to live there, but each time I visited, I could not find the rental office. Review from Google
May 2019: There is a swimming pool. Close to bus stop. There is a mud pool where ducks and frogs live. Walking distance to the university and Butler plaze where you can find Walmart, Dollar Tree, Payless shoes etc. Review from Google
Dec 2018: But some houses has issue to cockroaches n not few too many so please get the apartment check first before signing the lease. Review from Google
Jul 2018: Make sure you look at place (look in you room, fridge and everything you can think of). Otherwise it’ll be a pain and almost not worth it to get fixed (unless you do it yourself) once you move in. Only staying here because rent is cheap and I like roommates Review from Google
Jul 2017: This is to comment about the previous post about this community's HOA. I moved in this year and there have been signs posted on every building that it was not allowing pets on property. The previous owner also gave me a handout about the HOA's rules on patios. They do allow patio furniture, plants, satellite dishes, and bicycles. I have not had any problems with the windows and no problems with any of the residence having fines. I believe that the HOA changed after the last post.
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Dec 2013: It WAS a nice place to live until the new Condo Association decided to go crazy with the rules. They've been handing out rules for having anything on our porch (What is a porch without chairs?), not having blinds up on the windows (Excuse me? It's not even my room), or blinds they believe aren't in "adequate" condition. The individual owner of the condo allowed me to have my dog there, but recently the association decided that they no longer will allow pets... Which is the reason I moved there. This association also does not understand the concept of giving people a grace period in fixing these "association violations" and demands immediate compliance, fining you $100 a day with a maximum fine of $1,000.
Review from 12/15/2013 on Apartment Ratings