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By: Anit S.
Aspen Place Apartments
I am a graduate student at the UT Tyler.I am living in this apartment for 18 months.So far I felt very safe with my family in this apartment complex.Great apartment community! Leasing agent is very friendly and helpful.The maintenance staff are wonderful, and always prompt and polite.I have one bedroom with affordable UT Tyler discount rent.The large walk in closet is really nice.Apartments are at a great price point for students! Location is not too far from places of interest in Tyler too!.They have monthly early bird special prizes.I got early bird winner prize two different time. First time I won $ 500 cash and I also won $ 200 cash this month.They announced two winners this month, first winner received $ 500 cash and second winner received $200.Wow... great offers are going on.We never get these excellent offers in other apartments.I love the apartment! no complains here, just a lovely place to live****.
By: S S.
Town Parc At Tyler
Large 2 bedroom apartments for great prices! Nice pool, good management and you don't have to worry about too much traffic as the property is kind of in its own quiet area. Great place for the price!
By: Ana L.
Town Parc At Tyler
Huge 3 bedroom apartment -- great for me and my family! Nice management, great pool and parking... for the price, you can't beat this place! Love the closet space too.
By: Lisa B.
Gal The Tax
Awesome service, best tax service in Tyler Texas, better than H&R block by far
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