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  • 1.Lakeshore Learning

    327 NW Loop 410

    San Antonio,TX

    6.69 mi

  • 2.Lakeshore Engineering SVC

    7410 John Smith Ste 210

    San Antonio,TX

    8.08 mi

  • 3.Lakeshore Packaging

    17460 Interstate 35 N Ste 430-414

    Schertz,TX

    18.14 mi

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11/02/2017
By: Penny M.
Smart Cash Homes
I really love their remodeled homes they have. the one they have in lacoste TX near castroville is beautiful.
10/18/2017
By: twain55
Twin Liquors
This store is great. The staff is friendly, the store is clean an organized and best of all the prices are great. The have a very great selection. There is a “cool” walk-in freezer. They also have a great weekend special on 6-packs of beer. You will have to ask about them because they are in small section away from most of the beer. I will go back. Update: Customer services had gone down hill since the opening. Went in looking for products made in Texas. The olde guy behind the counter mentioned a few but did offer to help me find them. After a few minutes I left. I'm in no hurry to go back now.
10/14/2017
By: Jess S.
88Hundred
Getting maintenance out in a timely fashion is impossible. Complex is old; mold and roach invested. Save yourself the headache don’t rent from here.
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09/28/2017
By: Becky C.
The Keep Storage
The staff has always been friendly and helpful. The facility is always clean. The use of the flatbed rollers has been GREAT!!!
09/08/2017
By: Brad ..
Retreat At Cross Mountain Apartments
Bradin the last weekPrepare to be Nickel and Dimed:1. Mandatory Trash Service fee2. Mandatory Pest Control fee3. Package receptacle fee (no office hold)4. Mandatory Renters Insurance (Fined if your paperwork is not on file) Pros: Maintenance staff, building grounds, location (+/-), construction qualityCons:• Automated billing (Conservice) will glitch and not submit ACH payment.• Application paperwork will require continual oversight (>5 days approval)• Office staff will offer verbal assurances with zero follow-throughAnecdotal email (to Cross Mountain Office Manager):"Given the numerous issues we've encountered will billing via your "recommended" services, i.e. conservice, I think this is a rather unfair charge.The fact of the matter is that there has been zero lapse in coverage. Were we notified when the Conservice system failed to properly transfer funds on time? No. We've been paying rent manually ever since by check, which I've had to request sign receipts for every month.I fail to understand the rationale for a charge of this nature. It sounds to me as though Cross Mountain is attempting to profit upon a third party insurance provider, or by way of arbitrary paperwork management, which suffice to say has been poor thus far at best (e.g. Move in application approval process).I'd like to believe we're not being treated as a profit center, but rather as responsible Residents.------------------------------------In response to (email from Cross Mountain Management):"Please give us a call so we can discuss this matter.I don't think you lapsed. But, because you have your own insurance company not the one we recommend it is your responsibility to get us the declaration page. We like to send out a notice when we are made aware that it has expired as a courtesy."---------------------Being emailed two weeks AFTER you want some form of arbitrary paperwork is a courtesy???FAKE MANAGEMENT
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09/06/2017
By: Mitchell B.
Salado Springs Apartments
Great apartment complex, horrible management. We have had service calls not get done after 3 weeks to several months and only were done after management was reminded. They charge monthly fees for pest control yet hardly ever treat the units, and we have had a roach problem the entire time we have lived here. They charge a monthly pet rent for what seems like no reason at all. Dog park is in horrible condition and the plastic doggy bags are always out. Pet deposit is among the highest I have ever seen and is non-refundable so obviously the pet rent is excessive. I probably wouldn't have as much of a problem paying the pet rent if I knew I was getting quality service each month in regards to maintenance. In addition to the monthly "Pet rent," they charge an extremely excessive service fee of $25 for simply walking to your door and posting a notice on it. It has become fairly obvious to me that this management company will gouge its residents for anything it can, with the minimum amount of work it takes to run a property.
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09/02/2017
By: Sharain F.
Santa Fe Square-Manor Apartments
These apts suck. I wish my husband and I would've never moved here. Squatters have broken into 4 of the 8 apts upstairs where we live and the management won't do anything to get rid of them. It's constantly loud around here, especially on the weekends when all the kids are out of school. Dogs barking downstairs all the damn time. We moved into our apartment the end of May. Found out that our freezer don't freeze and have asked 6 or 7 times for them to please fix it so we may use it, or at least swap out with one of the freezers from one of the empty apartments right next door to us, but they won't. It's really pissing me off that my husband and I pay for our rent and utilities here every month and can't even get a working refrigerator/freezer and that there are squatters staying in the apartment next to us for free����������������
08/22/2017
By: Tiffany V.
Contour Garden Apartments
My unit has needed repairs since we've moved in from the cabinet's falling apart to having g roaches and little black bugs from a vacancy next door. I am am forced to now call code compliance because I have an no cold water to shower with my apartment manager crystal and her husband d who does not work here cam out late night when I told her it was going g to be a plumber who ha to come out to fix the patch they put on the first time but she was stubborn and still had to call afterwards. Still not fixing g the issue after telling her I'm off on Mondays it's been 2 Mondays since and they still haven't came having to pay 200 a week starting a new week just so my daughter can stay and be able to shower and not have to worry about new bugs in her room closest to the vacant apt. It's been a nightmare living here Going to have to break my lease just to be safe as well the apartment manager didn't even know me and seemed to be trying to interrogate me in my home rather than care about the issue just being nosey it was very unprofessional as I made her feel when she tried going there
08/08/2017
By: Araceli C.
Industry One Staffing
The ladies are professional. They helped me find a job that fit my qualifications. Thank you Industry1One!!
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08/02/2017
By: Karen A.
Siena On Sonterra
Beware beware beware these people will steal your application fee of $400 if you aren't careful. We filed an application, paid the fee and then they told us at 5pm that they couldn't run our application or credit check until we providedmore info from our bank. So, as of 5pm July 31 no application had been run for us pending further info from my bank. On August 1st, 10:30am, I go to their office and say that I read their online reviews andneeded to withdraw the application because their apartments just have too low scores from their residents to be able to live there. The office manager said we applied they took the unit off the market so we gave up our $400 dollars. They didn't run our application. The "off the market" comment is a joke because we had no actual unit picked and we didn't have all our paperwork for them to even run the credit check. Beware.
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