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By: Ruby H.
Meridian Stratford Place
Place has been going downhill since the new owners have taken over. Dirty, smells & not for nonsmokers
By: Campus view A.
Campus View Apartments
Campus View Apartments is an amazing place to live. Come by and take a tour and you'll see what makes us exceptional.
By: Sparty G.
S R P Management
I had a great experience in a nice house. Yes it was old. Yes stuff broke. They fixed it quickly, The only thing charged to our security deposit was disposal of a mattress we left behind. But then again we did clean out our stuff and fix the window we broke before we left. They were kind to us, they helped us avoid getting a ticket, and I told my friends to rent from them.
By: Andrew F.
Castle Pointe Apartments
Just glad to be out! Sometime cheap rent isn't worth the headache! Careful during winter; the parking lot is slippery. Monthly utility bill seemed to increase disproportionately usage?
By: Melissa D.
Landings At Chandler Crossings
COCKROACHES, broken cable, broken a/c, windows missing screens, filth in every room of 3 different apartments seen. This is the most disgusting apartment complex I have ever seen! There is never anybody available in the office who "has the authority" to do anything. Worthless and useless staff.
By: grspartan
S R P Management
If I could rate this company with 0 stars, I would. Not only are the prices for housing absolutely outlandish, but the people in the company are so disrespectful and rude. Their main goals are to intimidate students and to make the most wild binding contract as possible. I have never been brought to tears on the phone by a stranger before, but SRP's Nancy did the trick. I would not recommend getting involved with this management company at all.
By: msustudent91
Arbor Glen Apartments
Cool place to live with wonderful apartments. Only downside is the rude management, they're not people friendly.
By: sergey.arkhipov
Hunters Ridge
You will be nicely encouraged to sign the lease by providing a good deal with great 1st month promotions ($200-500), lately you will find even other discount options to sign the renewal. Then...While the rent is large, the utilities bills are also high, the noise from walking neighbors upstairs (if you occupy the first floor apt) is high too. If you are in the 2nd floor apt, you will be listening the noisy overnight parties with multiple guests (15-25 cars or so).In the Sunday/Saturday morning you will have a rocking noise from the closest carting place.The houses have very thin walls with zero-level insulation.You will feel cool air draft in your apartment, even you too much for gas for heating.Sometimes in late summer/early autumn you will smell a bad odor from the close fields. Finally you will have some troubles after moving-out.You found you were really bad residents, created too much damage to the owner and management of this blooming property. Do ask them about sec.deposit, pay more for your damages!Many people had law suites with them.Somebody won, some not. (They have the judge in St.Johns which is friendly to them).Beware such business; let them go bankruptcy without delay.The manager and owner are tying to improve the rating of the property by putting the wrong reviews.Do not believe them!I can recommend to sign the lease with them if you are an accomplished lawyer; it will take your effort as a specialist!!!
By: imfoxy
Hunters Ridge
Some reviews about HR (It's terrible place ) 1.If you enjoy having an active construction site yards from your front door, pipes bursting and flooding your apartment, management that averages a new office staff every two months, and a rental company that could give a damn about their residents, and you feel like spending $800 a month, then move on in to Hunter's Ridge. We had an active construction site, with trucks dumping dirt within ten yards from our door. Of course management said they didn't know of this when we moved it. Figures. Because of the shoddy insulation, a pipe burst last month and flooded our apartment - it's taken ONE MONTH to fix the damage because a) the workmen only show up sporadically to fix it (and of course management doesn't even tell you) and b) they can't fix things correctly (they want to repaint OUR ENTIRE CEILING since two small patches that were not done correctly "look bad" - this entails taking everything down from out walls, and wrapping up all our furniture FOR THREE DAYS!!!). I have already filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau - not that Atlantis Management gives a damn, but at least someone is complaining about Hunter's Ridge and their practices.Seriously people, there's cheaper and better managed places to live in East Lansing - don't give these crooks another dime. 2.I echo many of the statements made below. I have lived at Hunters Ridge for a year and a half, and by my count we have been through at least 14 managers. One of the more recent ones was flat-out insulting and rude. There have been many floods due to sprinkler system pipe breaks - one that happened two units over from mine produced enough water to flood half of my second-story unit. The cleanup was handled inappropriately - I was asked to live for 3 days with 12 industrial fans and 120 dB noise in my unit. The contractors' heat fans damaged furniture and this issue has still not been addressed 2 months later. Management is rude and unresponsive, and the rents are considerably higher than local market value.The only way they'll get me to stay when my lease is up is to give me free rent for a year... and even then, I'd have to think about it. 3.We had a few problems with the place before we moved out. But when we moved out we were lied to by the people in the office. They told us not to clean our apartment. I did clean it and they still charged us to clean it. They charged us to clean the carpets too. They also charged us for a bunch of stuff that they can not explain. In all they took our $250 security deposit and also charged us another $150. Do not move here the rent is too high for what you get and then they try to get more money out of you in the end. Our apartment was by no means as dirty as they said. Also the walls are very thin, the windows leak air and the insulation is not very good. They built these buildings cheaply. Also there is a go-cart track very near the complex and that is all you can hear all summer!
By: snowrose
Hunters Ridge
Save your money and nerves, folks, really, find a better deal. The service persons of our former landlord (Hunters Ridge, East Lansing, MI) found the cages with two our small birds (prohibited by the lease) in our apartment, when we were out (in the hospital with our baby).NOTICE TO QUIT TERMINATION OF TENANCY (dated November 9, 2011) was received by us in the middle of November (while a new 1-year lease just started); it told that we must move by December 08, 2011 or the landlord may take to the court to evict us.We were no waiting for the enforcement, we found a new apartment for living, and returned the keys to the management of the landlord on December 1st, 2011 after the apartment cleaning.Our security deposit ($500) was never sent us back.In March 2012, the landlord produced lawsuit where it claimed “damages”, mostly the rents for the apartment.The judge Richard D. Wells (St. Johns, Michigan) decided that we must pay to Hunters Ridge $11,627.33.Despite the empty apartment was not rented for 9 months, the judge said that Hunters Ridge mitigated damages.

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