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By: Tanisha K.
Pangea Vistas Apartments
I've lived at Pangea Vistas for 1 year now. I have a strong desire to compliment the new apartment manager, Rosa. Rosa is sincerely helpful with any issues and ensures that they are handled. She's friendly, professional and doesn't rush me out the door when I have an issue. My rental unit is very nice. My gas and electric bills are extremely low. And I use a lot of heat when it's cold and a lot of air conditioning when it's hot. My walls are bright white, which I love, but they're also fairly easy clean. The complex has it's noisy moments but that's probably the only complaint I have a this time. I recently renewed my lease. My rent was kept the same and Pangea gave me a $150 discount off next month's rent. Management keeps the grass cut, regularly inspects units, administers regular pest control (there are none), and checks for maintenance repairs. The only reason for four stars instead of five is that we older residents would be very appreciative of a lower noise level outside in the summer months.
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By: Dan C.
Country Club Apartments
I've lived here longer than I planned to. There was a significant amount of time that the property ownership and management went through multiple companies. The current ownership has actually invested in the property. Their is a small fitness center with the laundry facility. They keep up with the pool. The grounds are cleaner and they make daily efforts to clean up any litter. They have been remodeling the apartments, upgrading the amenities and appearances and making any repairs needed. New windows were installed in every apartment. The location is fantastic. It's minutes away from downtown and near every major interstate (465,65, 70) This is an older property. But they are doing every upgrade possible and maximizing the potential. The current property manager Kirby is the best property manager that has been here since I've lived here. She has been a driving force behind implementing and executing the improvements that her company has commissioned.
By: jihad.muhammad.39
Covington Square Apartments and Townhomes
i have lived here for almost 2 years. and we have been going through property managers and we only had 1 maintenance man and it sucked because nothing wasnt getting done. first it was mellisa, then bridgette, then latrina and now bertha. ever since bertha came she has been working hard on fixing the property and stuff like that and i will give it up to her because thats the kind of property manager we really need. Since then i have been getting everything fixed since then and she hired 2 maintenance mans. and ms tyra she is a working hard asst. Property manager and she has been here ever since i moved here and she is very nice. you haft to come move over here. nice staff and nice people and big homes. and they have pool, playground center and stuff like that. come to covington square is it very cool.
By: melissa.hogue.106
Community Caring and Sharing
I am really curious about this and I wonder really what it is about? Maybe someone could give me some positive feedadk on it? I sure would like to make friends from here, and be a great blessing to others on the way! So I will stay interested until I hear back from someone. Stay blessed and working for the kingdom of God!! Sincerely, Melissa Prado (317)908-2786 jesuschild74@Yahoo.com
By: Josh F.
Columns Of Castleton
Rent increases each year by $20. Took 6 weeks for them to address a mouse problem. Before that they wanted to take a "Wait and see" approach where we had to remove mice caught every few days from our apartment. We had a slab leak which has caused our electric bill to go up and our apartment to be torn up, we're told they *might* give us $10-30 if we come back when we get our bill to prove the difference. Told multiple times not to worry about the required 60 day notice to move out because they will "work with you". Which amounts to, if someone else is dying to rent your apartment they will credit your rent from the day the new renters move in.
By: thenewmanager
Inverness Apartment Homes
In the past year, Inverness has gone through some major changes:Ownership change, new staff, change in procedure, property updates -both interior and exterior, and most of all a reputation change. There were a lot of bad things being said about the community because of the old ownership and their management. We have cleaned up the mess and made a lot of changes! Custom paint, new carpet, vinyl and wood plank flooring are just a few of the changes! We invite you to visit and see the changes that we have made!
By: Alexander G.
Harding Street Lofts
VERY thin walls lots of kids (college). Office hours are very sporadic some days noon to three. No mail delivery of packages. If they sign for it, good luck picking it up. They access you place without 24 hour notice. Maybe that's not a law in Indiana. In most states it is, and seems really odd. Did I mention the kids? Not bad for a temp move if you work a lot, but not good for a place to remain.
By: Leah K.
Legacy House Victim Services
I've been going to Legacy House for 2 years after my mother was murdered. There have been some communication issues and scheduling conflicts at times, but the benefit of the therapy far outweighs any of that. Anyone in need of trauma counseling should give it a chance and be patient. We are all human and all have life issues and need to try to work together.
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By: Ashley K.
Country Club Apartments
So far living here I have had no problems everyone one is are really friendly I don't have any problems with my neighbors being too loud it's a quiet complex for my first apartment I think it's going good I would recommend anyone and everyone to come out and put an application in and to movie in it's really a great safe place to live .
By: Carolyn K.
Country Club Apartments
Well I've lived here for almost 6 years and i have no problems. I enjoy my apartment very much it is convenient and close to grocery stores thrift stores and Wal-Mart. The office people are very kind and helpful. Maintenance is very fast and efficient everything i need they are there. I do not plan to ever leave this place.
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