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By: Georgina B.
Glen Park Apartments
This businesses get a FAT ZERO 0 NOT EVEN WORTH ONE STAR... I am a resident, and these apartments are nasty, Roach infested, air conditioner never works, the only time it works is NEVER... Every summer it goes out about 90 times.... We go three four days with no air they always fix it right before that 5 day law they have in az, their are dirty people that hang everything out their house to dry including their kids! They smell outside like they look!! The trash area is the most scariest, smellliest, bed bug, fleas, swine flue, ecoli, area in the complex you don't know if your going to come out the same! I see the poor maintance people everyday cleaning trying but how can this dirty nasty place appreciate good workers, good tenants, I recommend you especially if you have a family stay away from here! I will never recommend Glen Park apartments they are nasty they don't care about their tenants, our air is out do you think they care, their are so many roaches in our food clothes beds toilet closets it's nasty I tried I put up with it for three years!! I can't no more! My family and I have to and will get out of these apartments and never look back... If you do move in these apartments just remember the lady who tried warning you...
By: Joshua A.
Glendale Manor Enterprises
On 4/5/17, the owners of this complex wrote their own 4 star review for this place. Human rights are violated when you don't fix the A/C for over a month in the middle of a Phoenix summer. Stop getting your maintenance people to try to fix an A/C unit. Hire a professional.
By: Kymberly C.
Glendale Manor Enterprises
This place dosnt even deserve the one star it's been a week and three days since our ac has been down and they haven't even began to fix the leak it's freaking hot they refuse to give us an ac unit do to the fact that management said that they cant help everyone and all they have to say is oh we are working on them we cannot live here like this we pay our rent to be living in thsee conditions
By: Gloria F.
Glendale Manor Enterprises
I read the reviews as I sit here waiting for the electric in my building to go back on. Though I would never begin to say that these comments are all false..some are not completly accurate. There certainly is no comparrison of what it use to be like here and the many improvements that are constantly being made. For one thing I can call management on holidays, early mornings and even late late nights and she answers. Not only dose she answer but listens and attends to the issues almost immediately. Just last week on the fourth of July I called cause a non English neighbor needed help and management sent maintainance down within 20 minutes. When the hell have our pools ever been so clean and our grounds so kept. Fixing this place is NO EASY TASK !! And I can only imagine the time and money owners are investing to made this place safer and more comfortable. Yes there are LOTS of things to fix but they are all being addressed! If you've lived here more than more than a year or two then you'll know this is better than its ever been. My lights are back on and the newly installed, BRAND NEW portable air conditioner is cooling my modest apartment. I watched maintainance work on the air till way past midnight for two nights!! I guess they had to stop at one point..but EVERYONE AFFECTED was given an air come on Give them a break y'all there trying!
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By: Martha I.
Glendale Manor Enterprises
By: Margot Y.
Glendale Manor Enterprises
Called to handle a business transaction and the lady that answered the phone told me that "she had alot going on ". As I pulled into the lot channel 10 news was there ( undoubtedly doing a piece about how down trotten this place looks). Honestly I was just trying to help out a friend buy out of there lease so they do not have to live in those conditions. I will take this up with the management company seeing as the employees there cannot seem to balance their jobs and professionalism all at the same time. As a customer it doesn't matter how much you have going on. If you answer the phone you should prepare to service the customer calling.
By: James A.
Century 21 Northwest Realty
John Crow at Century 21 Northwest is amazing and is working with my family to turn us from renters to buyers in the next 12 months. It has changed our lives. Thank you!James Allen
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By: Mark N.
Glendale Manor Enterprises
It sucks here , very violent neighborhood .Always cops and criminals here everything is always broken
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By: Linda C.
Glen Brae Apartmetns
By: Nydia A.
Glendale Manor Enterprises
I woildnt recommend for anyone to live here. this place is full of crap, especially because so many drug addicts walking around, it's so unsafe! If you want to live where it's peaceful and quiet don't rent this place! If something in your apartment breaks and doesn't work, you have to report it AT LEAST 10 times for them to care. They can take up to 2 or 3 months for them to fix it. It's not worth living here when you can live somewhere 10xs better. Soon moving out because of this. Also the police and ambulance are here at least once a week, if not more. DO NOT RENT
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