Best 30 Apartments With 2nd Chance Rental Program in Mobile, AL with Reviews -

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By: flyingsidekickr
The Grove Apartments
The Grove is a great place to live because the rent is cheap and the commute to classes is minimal driving-wise. In fact, for new incoming residents wanting a 3 BR 1200 sq. ft unit, the rent, which always includes all but like $10 of utilities, is only going to be $485/month. In my case, it is only $455/month, because it is my second year here since a $30 cheaper rent was an incentive to sign for another year, six months early. Often times, in my experience, the occupancy level is below capacity; My unit only has two of us, and my roommate is moving out at the end of this month, while I happen to be looking for someone to take my lease because I am doing a leave of absence from school. The free internet and basic cable have been nice. I don’t know if phone service is free or not because I just use my 688,9377 non-Mobile mobile (480) number. There are volleyball and basketball courts and a soccer field for the athletic, and there is a fire pit and grills for outdoor hangouts. If you wanna swim, there is a decent pool, and for those who are into the other kind of pool, there is a pool table at the main office, across from their fitness center which is available 24/7 to only those living in the Grove. I would definitely recommend the Grove to incoming students, whether I was leaving or not.
By: thejedhi
Sterling Place Apartments
I am unable to reach anyone in the office after repeated efforts. I know that the apartments have a reputation for being somewhat transitional with people moving in and out all the time and always leaving without paying the rent they owe. I am trying to notify management., Dustin Rogers, and his wife, Sandra in Apt. 601 are moving out today (Friday - July 27th) without notice. I know they owe rent. I know that "Trudy", the office manager of the property - has done everything in the world to work with them and been so incredibly kind to them that I felt I should make you/her aware of this. If they aren't held accountable then nothing will change for the better. I know I tried to do what's right. That's all I can do.
By: missy.braune
Arlington Park Apartments
I will be moving out of these apartments next month. We signed our Notice to Vacate (a date which was already laid out in our lease signed August 2013) a week and a half late, and are therefore having to pay an extra $200. The gate has been broken at least three times for weeks at a time, where it then stands wide open day and night, negating the whole "gated community" sense of safety. The fitness center offers basically nothing; there's a tower with broken cables and a usually broken elliptical. The office staff is three beautiful young ladies who will smile pretty before you move in then treat you like an idiot from there on out. Just sign your notice to vacate, people.
By: Christina T.
Parkside Cottage Hill
The staff is friendly and the apartments are so nice!

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