The Villages At Cedar Grove in Fairburn, GA with Reviews -
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By: Latanza J.
Manor At Broad St
Alert!! Please do not move in this community nor your relative. The tenants in the building are treated with lack of respect from the Leasing manager Vickie. The leasing manager is purposely creating her own rules to make the residents in the building miserable and preventing their relatives from visiting them. This place is horrible...please looks can be deceiving. Tenants are being secretly evicted for an illegitimate reason.
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By: Nikki T.
Campbell Crossing Apartments
Quiet, and extremely clean community for it to an older set of apartments. Also, it is 30 seconds from the police department, so safety is never a concern, Fairburn Police are great! Overall, I have seen a lot of property improvements, but I can't wait for the rest of the renovations!
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By: Bj M.
Manor At Broad St
Hi I live at the manor in Fairburn ga been there for three months and every weekend there is a problem with the doors just opening on there own you have a key that you use but you do not need it for anyone can just come in. One of the reason that I move here is to be safe from people come and going as they please for the money that I am paying I could be Ina plan apartment for it is not safe at all we do not know who to contact. We need a on premises management it is people here that are very old so someone can come kick in they dos anytime of night please just wanted to feel safe for them and myself
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By: Zai Z.
Campbell Crossing Apartments
First off we'll start with the bugs when I first moved in ughhh!!!! No problem I'll kill them myself but what about my old wooden floor board hidden under the carpet?? I had a dent in my floor & it took them months to come repair it then my cheap I REPEAT CHEAPPPP front door handle started loosing up and nobody came to fix it.. The maintenance sucks very bad!!! Also very loud neighbors and a few break in attempts go on in that neighborhood.. Over all I give it a -10
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