• 1.Royal Oaks Mobile Park

    4900 Royal Ave Ofc A


    4.90 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

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By: Teal F.
Parkside Apartments
I have lived at Parkside for four years. Repairs and maintenance are normally done promptly, although they are not the most competent (lights have been left on when they were here while I was at work; once they left my oven on for HOURS after replacing the thermostat; a smoke alarm inspection resulted in my smoke alarm chirping non-stop, again while I was not home; they replaced a fan timer very poorly - not alot of pride in workmanship here!). If it s anything unusual it can take a long time and alot of follow-ups to get it done. They are NOT good at enforcing their rules, either. Again, anything they seem to find bothersome is not pursued to completion and requires the tenant to persistently follow-up. If they contact a rule-violator and the rule-violator denies violating the rule, they just give up and do nothing. So if you like violating rules and lying about it, Parkside is the place for you! The appliances are super cheap and the absolute bottom of the line models. I think the rent is a bit high for the #$%$ construction of the apartments. Since I ve lived here my rent has gone up consistently as amenities have diminished (for example, basic cable was included at first, then the next year that went away and they started charging for parking ). I suppose one could find a worse apartment complex but Parkside is not a place I d recommend to a friend. I plan to move as soon as my lease is up!
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By: Grin I.
Springdale Apts
Managers are both friendly, helpful, & fair with quick, respectful response on most matters. Repairs are quick & reasonable.Neighbors are mostly down to earth, friendly, & helpful, while also keeping to selves most of the time.This is great place for those starting out, rebuilding their life after an ended relationship, on fixed income, looking to save money for bigger purposes, or in transition in their life. It's walking distance to Sam Bond's, Red Barn, Vanilla Jill's, Laughing Planet, & Pizza Research Institute, among others. Plus, downtown is fairly close too with great walk score and it's right by the bus stop.
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