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By: Steven S.
Rustic Realty
We used Steve and Yvonne at Rustic Realty to sell our home in Cold Springs recently, and I can honestly tell you that they are first class! The real mark of a professional is that they NEVER asked us for this review, I am writing this because they deserve it. From the moment we listed with them to the final signing took 21 days! TWENTY-ONE DAYS! AMAZING! Any questions or concerns we had were immediately addressed. They handled everything for us and I mean everything. They kept us informed and walked us through every step of the process. We always knew that they were our advocates and looking out for our best interest. Don't fall for the slick radio and TV advertising of other local or chain real estate offices, (If I don't sell it I'll buy it...for pennies on the dollar) Steve and Yvonne are the real deal and will show you what the real meaning of service is. Steve and Yvonne are genuinely warm, friendly and caring people as well as consummate business professionals, how can you beat that? For Steve and Yvonne on a personal note: Thank you so much, it is our honor to write this review for you.
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By: Stacy F.
Sierra Woods
I have lived here for two years. The apartments are large. They have many ammenities. Washer dryer, large spacious apts., walk in closets, nice balconies. dishwashers, state of the art gym, swimming pool and play ground. The staff is very friendly and polite. They are all bi- lingual. Plenty of covered parking. The location is perfect near everything you need. Very safe. Stacy F.
By: Shena S.
Banbridge Apartments
Overall good place to live, maintenance will come right away if there is a problem, they salt the stairs and sidewalks during the winter, clean all the fallen leaves in the fall, beautiful trees during the summer, covered first come first serve parking. I live upstairs and I've hardly seen any bugs, super happy about that. Really nice staff, very attentive, and fun little potlucks in the office as well. Conveniently placed around a lot of places we shop. Small complaints are that one of the gym equipment doesn't work, there is only one laundry facility, and some of the neighbors are just a bit annoying. Still a great place to live until we purchase a house.
By: Karen L.
Sierra Woods
They have bugs, roaches to be exact. Thwireless staff barely speak English and the office staff is rude and inconsiderate. Their is no assigned parking and if you live alone it's not safe to walk from your car to your apartment after having to walk a distance for parking. ThE heating and cooling system is horrible. The washer and dryer barely work. I wouldnt recommend living here period.
By: Debbra R.
Belle Haven Apartments
The manager is very nice. The people that give bad reviews are just upset that they were kicked out for not paying their rent!!!
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