We have had quite a few problems with Abbot's Cove since we moved in. Initially when we toured the apartments we were shown a 2 Bed/TH and told that a 2 Bed/TH would be available when we moved in. A few hours after submitting the application and putting down the deposit we were told that only a 2 bed/garden would be available. It was crunch time so unfortunately we had to take the 2 bed/garden. It would have been nice if the rental office told us the unit we wanted would not be available before we filled out the application and put down the deposit. The apartment does have a nice amount of space and comes with a free washer/dryer and garage. However as the previous reviewer stated the work done by the maintenance guys is shoddy at best. There is some kind of water leak in the kitchen that is causing a foul odor. We have complained about it and apparently the work order was put in (2 weeks ago) but nothing has been done. But the biggest problem we have is with the tenants above us. First, there are at least 8 people living in the 2 bedroom unit, 6 of them are children. According to the rental office there should only be 1 woman and 3 children living there. There is excessive noise coming from the unit day and night. Saying that the children are poorly behaved would be an understatement. The children throw things at the property, use foul language constantly, have been seen urinating outside on multiple occasions and frequently bully and harass other children in the complex. The police have come out twice in the last 2 weeks to address problems related to those children. The mother does not even attempt to address any problems with her children and lets them run wild inside and outside of the apartment. We (along with other neighbors) have filed a complaint form with the rental office and spoken to them multiple times about the upstairs tenants. The rental office has been completely unhelpful. According to a neighbor who has lived in the complex for 3 years, the people in the unit at issue have been there quite awhile and have always caused problems. Obviously the rental office is not interested in correcting the issue or addressing the problems with those tenants. We're counting down the months until our lease is up.
09/15/2015The Commons At Royal Landing
Consider Looking Elsewhere!Lived in Studio (1 1/2 years)Pros of Studio:All electric, with only a water bill you pay with rent.You may ask for a full size fridge.Efficient if you're in a crunch and need refuge for a year, tops.Application was accepted within a day.Friendly office staff, in my experience.Maintenance more efficient with new staff. Make sure you call your work orders in. If no one gets back to you within a week, talk to the office ladies. They're great!I have had no problems with crime, personally.Office always gives you at least 24 hour notice before they enter your unit, if able.Cons of Studio:It was NOT mentioned when I signed the lease that they had the contract with a towing company that could take my car... overnight at that!! I honestly thought my car had gotten stolen when I woke up to go to work.Constant maintenance issues. Sometimes maintenance is quick, sometimes not so much. I have never had emergency maintenance answer my call when needed at night or on weekends.Absolutely no reimbursements for problems involving hot water or tubs. If you can't shower for (x) reason(s), tough luck.Apartment had roaches, and fleas in the carpet from the stray cats outside that the tenants feed on the sidewalk RIGHT OUTSIDE MY UNIT. Some apartments have reported bed bugs.Mini fridge is... mini.Gas stove is very small.Few cabinets, and small amounts of counter space.SMALL sink for washing dishes.No baseboard heat or central air. All heating/cooling is through window/wall units that definitely do not heat up the small units during winter.Solicitors come frequently.Carpets look dirty and old, paint jobs are shoddy, electric bills are ridiculous during the winter time.Strangers have knocked on my door at 3 in the morning looking for previous tenants, neighbors, etc.Lights from cars and emergency vehicles wake you constantly if you don't have thick curtains.You hear EVERYTHING. People outside your window, talking, walking, playing music, etc.Exterminators may not come to your unit, even upon request.
09/29/2013Cardinal Creek Apartments
CORPORATE SLUMLORDS! This place rents to 70 percent section eight clients and although there is no problem with that, they treat the area as if it were for the lowest of demographics of people. The outside maintenance is horrible! The pay one guy to cut grass for the entire property, he does not trim or blow grass from the sidewalks or parking areas. You'll find grass on your car and kicked up on you door as you come and go from your property. There are large weeks that grow between the cracks in the sidewalk and around the building that that they totally ignore. Your lucky to see the grass cut every two weeks at this place. Often times the trash dumpsters over flow days before trash pickups and no one picks it up until days after the collection. The management team is not forthright and will tell you anything to pacify you; they have more excuse for the condition of this place than a tenant who is two months behind on their rent. I took over 45 days for them make minor repairs upon my move in and some of the repairs are still not done after 90 days. The maintenance work is sloppy and often just a temporary fix. The neighborhood is highly ghetto and noisy and very prone to crime. Parking can sometimes be an issue; you will not always get to park near your apartment. There are unsightly tall weeds around every building in this place except for the ones facing the main street, they try to represent a false impression from the street view. Please, do a drive through and check this dump out! I could go on and on based on my first 90 days here but PLEASE, HEED MY WARNING, FIND ANOTHER PLACE TO LIVE. Your rent payments can do you a lot better than this dump! I'm out, lease up or not!
My son lived at Woodland Apt for 1 year. It was his first apartment so the office manager told him he needed a co-signer. I gladly co-signed for him. Everything was fine, He probably paid on time every month, then his lease expired and he moved out. That is when the drama started. The people in the rental office called him and told him he needed to pay an additional $75. My son never got back with them to pay the $75. Now at this point, anyone and everyone knows that a co-signer (ME!) is to pay it. However, the head office manager NEVER contacted me to inform me to pay the 75 one-dollar bills! Instead, she passed my name and my son’s name on to a Debt Collection Agency-which is bad for a person’s credit! After the Debt Collection Agency called me and I settled the matter, I went to confront her about this. I ask her why she did not simply pick up the phone and ask me for the measly $75. Her replies were-in my view, nothing but well-rehearsed excuses and alibies. All I wanted was a simple apology but she stubbornly refused. If you are considering moving here, my advice is this. A) Any questions you have, write them down ahead of your interview time with the office staff so that when you ask them your questions, record on your iPhone their replies so that you can transcribe their words and make them sign your contract before you go signing all of their contracts! B) After you move out, arrange to go with the person into your apartment where you lived that is inspecting it so that you can challenge every idem they decide to see as needing you to pay for. Other than that, the apartment complex is an absolutely nice place to live!
I've lived here with my best friend for almost 3 years, and we have had no issues. We did have a mouse at one point, and squirrels in the ceiling. Anytime I have an issue lthey take care of it immediately. Tamera is kind and has made both my housemate's stay and mine relatively great. I moved out here because it was pretty good price wise and yet close enough to campus while I worked on my masters at OSU. I drive a pretty new Mustang as does my boyfriend and our cars have always been left alone. I have LEDs under my car and my neighbors all know my car, when I'm at home and when I'm not. It is a quiet neighborhood, and maybe it's just the neighbors we have had, but we never hear the neighbors except when they walk up the wooden stairs that creak sometimes. The area surrounding these apartments can be dangerous, but I've always felt pretty safe in the complex I live. Everyone I live around is pretty friendly and some long time tenants know the area and keep an eye out on my vehicle and apartment when I'm not around. The fee to keep an animal monthly is reasonable, and my cat, Muffin, enjoys the back patio in the summer. The one thing I am not impressed by is the laundry facility, my clothes never come out smelling fresh and many of the machines eat coins and leave the clothes wet.
02/01/2013Arlington Court Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
When our father arrived at Arlington Court from Dublin Hospital in August, he was not sure why he was here. He soon found Gabby and Betty to be his best friends. Gabby made him feel secure. Betty made him feel loved (even though he reminded her he was married). They cared for his well being and for that we are eternally grateful. As time went on he met Andrea, Maggie, Christina, Aaron and countless more (we have forgotten some names and are sorry). As his heart took a turn for the worse and his body no longer responded, in his heart and mind we know he felt your care and love and for that we are thankful. Aaron, you calling him "Poppa" made him feel so loved and you certainly have a gift for this line of work. Please keep on giving to others as you did for our father, for it made him feel important as his body was withering away. Gabby, we hope you have 70 years of wonderful wedded bliss and we wish you all the best in your upcoming marriage. Betty, we hope you find a home so all of your family can live together. We will always remember the caring touch and feelings you had for our father. Andrea, you were there at the end, making him feel safe on his journey.
I discovered on a Sunday that I needed to move within the next week. I completed an online information request form and the staff at Stafford House called me back within a day (there were many other places that didn’t get back to me at all- SH was the first). Within an hour I was looking at an ADORABLE apartment that happened to be available immediately. It had everything going for it: lots of storage, large living room, spacious bedroom, huge kitchen (with modern subway tile and hanging lights), large balcony facing an attractive courtyard, huge walk-in closet, full size dishwasher, washer and dryer included- it was a NO-BRAINER. The staff was ON IT with getting my application processed, and within two days I had keys in my hand and the move went flawlessly. Every question and request has been answered promptly, professionally, and with friendliness by Ally and the staff, and I am absolutely loving it here so far. Thanks to Ally and the full staff at Stafford House!