1.Huntington-On-The Green Condominiums
5176 Downing St
2.Dover Green Condominium Inc
5353 Skelly Sq
3.Jefferson Green Condo Association
2129 Betsy Ross Ln
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I normally don't write reviews but I decided to give credit where credit is due. I have been renting through Selective Realty Group since 2011 and I find the property management department to be very professional and friendly. When ever I have a maintenance request the property managers send their vendors out the next day to resolve the issue. I am very glad I have a company that looks out for their tenants.
I have lived here about 10 months, and haven't been incredibly impressed but now I'm sorely disappointed. The first few months were quiet and easy, but that's about the time that the noise started. I pay a premium to have an apartment overlooking the pool, and the noise levels late at night have been nearly intolerable. The courtesy officer knows who I am now, due to so many phone calls, but unfortunately he's barely on site when I call. I've called the office at least 10 times and they've not returned a single call. I had to contact corporate, at which point they finally released a memo regarding the pool's closing time (which I suggested months prior), but still no return phone call. The gates tend to be broken often, and the one by my apartment has been squeaking since October, and still no effort to fix it.I probably could have tolerated this, but to my disappointment, I just received my renewal notice, to raise my rent up $105 to $975 (for a one bedroom apt, <800 sq ft). I discussed this with them and they said it's unlikely I can get it for less, and it's "a good deal." I heard back, and they won't go any lower than $955. After I addressed my concerns and asked again for them to reconsider the renewal rate, they raised it back to $975 (you read that right). I've never had my rent raised so high, and I don't understand why. There are no improvements being made to the community. I've put up with the noise levels and the tiny parking spaces; I've always paid my rent on time, and bothered maintenance very little, zero complaints from my neighbors. It honestly seems to me they would rather I leave. They're not even renting new apts for this much, but apparently "they can put it on the market for $980."Not to mention the "dog park" is kind of a joke. They just put a fence around the side/back of the neighborhood, which is now all dirt. My dog loves dog parks and he's not even interested in it. Being near Waterford Lakes should not be the only selling point. I would rather not move, but the lack of efforts to improve things, and then spiking my rent this high is deterrent enough. For what I'm already paying, I wouldn't say it's worth it. If you want to live somewhere longer than a year, don't live here, unless you have $100+ to waste, with no improvements to balance it out.