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By: Alyssa M.
Phoenician Pines
So, my boyfriend and I have been at the Phoenician Pines a little over a year now. For the price and location, it's good. Not blow your hair back great, but good. We have a two bedroom two bath we're getting for under $800 a month. We're right by the loop 101 and I-17. It's a very average phoenix neighborhood--not the most upscale, but not the slums, older homes with families. I would say this is a great transition apartment if you can afford it. If you're probably in your mid-twenties to mid-thirties and need a "grown up" living space but aren't quite ready for a house, this is a good location. Lately a lot of younger kids (late teens and twenty somethings) have been moving in, but it's not enough of an issue at this point to drive me away.HOWEVER--please be warned. I keep seeing reviews about the staff and I'm surprised any of the renters have even been able to see the staff. I've tried at all hours of the day, every day of the week and no one is ever in the HOA office. If they are, they apparently refuse to answer the door. They take ridiculously long breaks (they are now closed for a week off for 4th of July...seriously, a whole week) and are regularly closed for "training" days. The posted ours are Monday-Friday 9-4. They are never available and do not respond to calls or emails. That being said, it's nice that they leave you alone. They aren't always hounding you about things or nit picking your living. On the flip side, they don't enforce rules. A lot of neighbors don't pick up after their pets in the community areas, which isn't punished. A lot of neighbors have patios riddled with weeds or cigarette butts. There is often scattered trash in the parking lot. Again, these things don't affect me enough to leave, if you're living in an apartment you have to realize you're living around others who don't live as you do, so no matter how respectable and clean you might be, others won't be the same. Some of this the apartment can't really enforce unless they kick people out. The apartment itself is great. Good size, good price. Out unit is perfect space for two. Laundry in unit.The building is older so we've had some garbage disposal and air conditioning issues, but thankfully I'm handy enough to fix them myself. Again, not needing the office staff, which is good because I know I wouldn't get any help. From what I hear from my neighbors, even if you contact the staff for repairs it can take them weeks to get to you. Haven't had any issues with break-ins or theft. Each apartment has an alarm but we've never bothered using ours. We keep to ourselves but we made a point to meet our neighbors. We're always friendly to those in the community--its always a good idea to build that support, it makes it so we look out for one another. That being said, it feels like a pretty safe area. Sort of going off of general lists: the noise is average for an apartment. You're by a busy street so you'll hear traffic and an occasional loud vehicle. Most neighbors are quite, at least around us they are. The grounds are kept pretty well, aside from trash every now and then that flies out of the trash on pick up days. People tend to not pick up after pets, but that's not the apartments' fault, per say. Safety is good, the gate breaks on occasion (usually because idiots drive into it) but they get it fixed relatively quickly. All of the apartments to my knowledge have alarms so that's a plus. Maintenance is below average. Don't expect speedy service. Can't comment on the staff as I have never actually met them. So, out of 10 I would give this place a 6.5, maybe a 7. If you can handle apartment living, this is the same as most places. You'll fight for open parking and deal with idiots, but that's any apartment. Just be prepared to do repairs yourself and not rely on the staff. Honestly though, I would recommend this place to friends that aren't needy renters.
By: Jared R.
Bridgewater Apartments
All the reviews I see for Bridgewater are very old and very negative, and it's not giving an accurate picture of what this place now is. I can't speak for its past, but I can promise you that the complex is much nicer than the rating it currently has. It's not the St. Regis; it's not pretending to be. But my experience here so far has been really easy, undisturbed, convenient, and drama-free. You shouldn't be weary about checking this place out if you have reasonable standards for this price range. As of May 2017, studios are in the range of $550 - $600. There are one bedroom apartments too.In general, these are older units with some spruce-ups. Some are renovated; some are furnished. Overall, the apartments are great for someone starting out on their own or are new to the area. It's basic, safe, and relatively inviting.I have not experienced any ghetto behavior here at all or the loudness that another reviewer spoke of. It's entirely possible, even probable, that SOMETHING is gonna go down at some point, but honestly, that's every building and apartment complex in the nation.It depends on your credit, but for me, there was no deposit, a $50 application fee and a $200 non-refundable "move in fee". You can also pay weekly at around $200/week + application fee, but I was told that there's a $100 lease transfer fee if you want to go monthly and a 4-week minimum. Still, if you're really that concerned about liking the place or your unit or are running low on funds and need to pay weekly, it's an option.With no hoops and a place that's—at the very least—completely decent, it's still a great value despite the fees and made my life way smoother. I am someone who cannot stand pointless fixation and meddling during the rental application process, and there was zero of that for me here. The application process and lease was simple and very straight-forward. I got the vibe that they would have some type of flexibility for your credit/background situation.
By: kj5555
Skyline Lofts Apartment Homes
My husband and I really enjoyed living at Skyline; however, oftentimes had wavering feelings about the management throughout our 10-month lease, specifically when we moved out. As an example – I had left my thumb drive in the computer lab. When I went to retrieve it, it had been taken. When I asked the front office to review the tapes (the space is constantly monitored by surveillance cameras), they told me the TV to view the footage was broken; however, would be fixed in a couple days and they would review them then. When I checked back later in the week, they told me the tapes had been erased and they wouldn’t be able to help me. Upon our move out, my husband and I cleaned for hours (we lived in a tiny space – around 670 square feet, no children and no pets). We took excellent care of the room; however, we were charged $50 ($25/hour) for the property’s cleaning team to come in and clean again. Additionally, all residents are required to pay for carpet cleaning (you must provide a receipt) and, if you hang pictures, you will be charged a $45 minimum for them to fill the holes in the drywall. We were told upon move- in that we could hang whatever we wanted at no cost because the team comes in and paints all the walls regardless; however, this was inaccurate. You are required to pay a $300 security deposit. When you vacate, you will not receive the deposit in full, guaranteed. The staff; however, friendly, is highly untrained and doesn’t have a firm grasp on the leasing requirements. My suggestion, if you choose to live at this property and have a concern, is to call the regional office as they are much more helpful than the management team on-site. As stated in another review, the southwest side of the building has an extremely powerful urine smell, which becomes much worse on warm days. I think the staff always has a huge impact on a tenant’s experience and, in this case, the staff is well below par.
By: Nunya B.
North Mountain Village Apartments
Wow. Talk about a dump. The staff is helpful enough with things like taking maintenance requests, but if it's anything that requires them to get out of their chairs and away from their computers then forget about it ever happening.I don't blame the staff or the great maintenance and landscaping crew though: the management is a joke and the buildings are just old and dumpy for the price you're paying, not to mention the place is festering with roaches. Yeah, don't worry about paying the $50 pet rent each month-- you can have a kitchen full of roaches free of charge!!!!! The pet policy is a joke anyway, I've seen every kind of breed of dog here even though there are apparently strict breed restrictions, people have their pets off-leash and plenty of people around have 3+ dogs and cats. Make sure to get anti-tick medication for your pets, my dog has gotten three ticks within the last year.People in the complex are generally nice and help each other out where management fails. Never had a problem with parking. Noise level is average for an apartment: talk it out with your neighbors if you have a noise problem, don't bother trying to get anyone in the office involved. That's a guaranteed dead end.For close to $700 a month, there are plenty of cleaner places to call home. Keep hunting! Will be happy when this mistake is over and my lease is up: if you dare to stay they will put you on month-to-month billing and charge you an extra $100 a month for your tolerance of their crap. My sympathies if you are desperate enough to live here!!!
By: mlucas
North Mountain Village Apartments
A quiet community offering an ambiance of sophistication and relaxation, this brilliant community features five floor plans with spacious interiors for your comfort and convenience. Relax in our beautifully landscaped community.North Mountain Village is perfectly located within walking distance to Fry's shopping center and Ross, the metro mall and provides easy access to major highways. Residents of North Mountain Village can enjoy a wide variety of attractions with fabulous restaurants and retail shopping all nearby. Interior Features • Ceiling Fans• Vaulted Ceilings• Frost-Free Refrigerators• Mini and Vertical Blinds• Space Enhancing Designer Closets• Energy-Efficient Designer Controls• Private Patio/Balcony with Locked StorageExterior Features• Sparkling Heated Pools and Spas• 3 Large Laundry Facilities• Covered Parking • Barbeque Grills• 2 On-site Playgrounds• 24-hour Emergency Maintenance• Located Adjacent to North Mountain Village Shopping Center • 24-hour Fitness Studio• Business Center• Clubhouse • Resident Activities• Coffee Bar• North Mountain Village (602)375-0247 Please Call For More Details.
By: James K.
IMT Deer Valley
"I have been meaning to write this. EACH time I visit I fall in LOVE with this place. I love visiting these apartments. They are WONDERFUL. Sure, they always help any guest I bring in a professional and timely manner, but it is the combination of the team and their talents with the personality of the community this makes IMT Deer Valley stand out to me. Julia Rich is so kind and thoughtful. I like seeing her in the office because she says hello in such a gentle way that I feel better knowing that she is around. She is extremely smart, and has a heart of gold. Colleen Carlson is a Rockstar she is always smiling and you can tell she LOVES her JOB and SHE LOVES the tenets (and their pets) Just a wonderful person. She does what ever it takes to make people feel welcome. Dominque Bailey is respectful to everyone I can tell he really cares about his tenants and he goes up and beyond as well he looks out for them. They are just - all around - the perfect team.
By: anthony.olivas.52
Realty Experts
this company is great . staff is ever so kind and pleasent to work with....i highly recomend working with them .thank you kevin ,you have been a great silent role model , youve been a brother a friend and a silent partner your reality advise has been life changeing thank you for your very net profiting advice i look forward to doing biz. with your company Anthony Olivas Da Mousefather Mousefather Entertainment L.L.C. 5345 E. Taylor St. Ste.305 Phoenix,Az. 85008 623-396-8974
By: zoomthis1
Juniper Meadows Apartments
My husband and I have lived at Juniper Meadows for almost 3 years and have nothing but nice things to say about them. The complex is lovely and is really well maintained, it has an almost tropical feel. The Manager of this complex is the best I have ever had, she is as friendly and caring as you will ever find and has resident get togethers as often as she can. The apartments themselves are the best value I could find in this area, they are large and well maintained. The maintenance person does an awesome job of keeping up with any problems you have… my garbage disposal died and he replaced it the SAME DAY! I keep telling them that the only way I am moving out of here is feet first!!
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By: Jeanne P.
Ashford Management Services
I have a rental property Maricopa since 2008. I have had other property manager in the past that I have worked with on my property. However, this is the only time that I am pleased and impressed with the professionalism,honesty, trustworthy and good working property manager and the "I will take care of it" and "I am on top of it" attitude from any of the property management until Kim tool over.I can go on and on with all the tasks that Kim has put her dedication and commitment to test. She surely passed and have gone beyond it all. She is excellent and I really like Kim a lot. I referred her to my co worker and I also want her to manage my newly acquired property in Phoenix. Thank you!!
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By: Hazel Z.
City Property Management
I love the board portal and view it as the single most significant tool CPMC and the team has given our community. The most important reason is the transparency it provides us and the window it creates into our neighborhood. We can see the financial health, the correspondence with the neighbors, and find areas that need the most attention at a push of a button. This portal allows the board to identify those areas that are most important to the community giving the board the power to control what is important verses the manager having to guess. There are so many other tools the portal provides and is an indispensable aspect of our community. Thank you!

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