Falls Park in Greenville, South Carolina with Reviews - YP.com

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By: anonymous634
Century Forest Apartments
The apartment itself is a pretty good price considering the size. Pretty good location, but the apartments are pretty old. At one point our roof was leaking from hard thunderstorms. They just redid all the roofs so that shouldn't happen again, but the complex was nice enough to let the people fixing the roof stay above us. Can anyone guess how obnoxious and loud those people were despite mulitple complaints? You would think the apt would make some sort of concession in the rent, but nope no chance. Just repeated apologies over and over. The reason I give it 2 stars though is the renewal process we just went through. We originally signed for 684 last year. In order to get the lowest rate we had to resign 3 months early. The lowest rate went up to $715 despite the fact they told us at most it would go up by 5%. We talked to them and they said they could drop it to $705. So we go in and start filling out the paperwork and after signing half of the lease..."oh and there has been a fee added for pest removal and increase in utilities". So despite being told $705 originally, in the middle of already filling out the half lease the price goes up from $705 to $717. Still not horrible for a 2 bedroom but the way they decieved us during the whole process was very very frustating.
By: mrnibbles
Century Forest Apartments
Been with this place for almost 3 years. I'd recommend it if you're looking for a long-term rental. The area, staff, and apartments are nice, though the apartments are a little dated (built in the 80's I think). But it has gotten more and more expensive every year. I first moved in @620 for my place, and rent has gone up every year, to my latest lease being just over 800, now that they've started billing for garbage and pest control, which used to be included. I'm looking to buy a house, but if I want to do a short-term lease or break a long lease early, the costs become astronomical. 1k to leave early, and you still have to give 60 days notice.

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