Oakwood Club Apartments

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well were to begin i moved in and when i moved in it was ok. i let them know my son has hearing issues and things are gonna be loud and that when i talk to him it may seem i am yelling at him but i'm not so about three days after i moved in i got a notice for the noise people were complaining then i went and got a notice from our doc stating he has hearing issues i still kept getting notice. i finally had to not let my kid watch t.v and i could not talk to my own child. so i got sick of it then i went into the housing office and talked to my lady and she said to let him do his everyday activities so i did. me and Tim the landlord got in several fights about my son. when i went to resign my lease he never gave it to the housing office so i almost lost my housing. then i lost my job and my kid was in the er admitted and he gave me an eviction notice which if your on housing and u get one u loss your housing mine was for my electric got shut off because i was one day late when we got home it was late so i had to do it in the am and when i went in to do so he put it in his name and would not let it go back in mine which u can also loss ur housing for electrick not being in your name. so after all this my housing lady told me to move so i did when i moved out i cleand i have OCD so i cleaned well put new blinds in and scrubbed the floors and shampooed them all. he charged me for new blinds which i put in for painting and cleaning they are not good apt at all if u r rich and want to get milked for ur money then these are the right one for you.

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well were to begin i moved in and when i moved in it was ok. i let them know my son has hearing issues and things are gonna be loud and that when i talk to him it may seem i am yelling at him but i'm not so about three days after i moved in i got a notice for the noise people were complaining then i went and got a notice from our doc stating he has hearing issues i still kept getting notice. i finally had to not let my kid watch t.v and i could not talk to my own child. so i got sick of it then i went into the housing office and talked to my lady and she said to let him do his everyday activities so i did. me and Tim the landlord got in several fights about my son. when i went to resign my lease he never gave it to the housing office so i almost lost my housing. then i lost my job and my kid was in the er admitted and he gave me an eviction notice which if your on housing and u get one u loss your housing mine was for my electric got shut off because i was one day late when we got home it was late so i had to do it in the am and when i went in to do so he put it in his name and would not let it go back in mine which u can also loss ur housing for electrick not being in your name. so after all this my housing lady told me to move so i did when i moved out i cleand i have OCD so i cleaned well put new blinds in and scrubbed the floors and shampooed them all. he charged me for new blinds which i put in for painting and cleaning they are not good apt at all if u r rich and want to get milked for ur money then these are the right one for you.

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I lived at the Oakwood club apartments for 3 years. And while the apartments themselves were fairly typical experiences with bad neighbors and management made me glad to leave this place when I did.

The main reason I stayed here for so long was rent was comparatively cheap, I had a dishwasher & a washer & dryer, and their pet policy allowed for my larger dog to live there. Those were the pluses.

The first major drawback seems to be that if you were willing to pay this place $ they would let just about anyone move in. I had neighbors living bellow me that seriously nearly drove me insane for lack of sleep and fear of personal safety. They had cramped 9 people into an 865 square foot apartment, with three large dogs and management did not seem to care about this crazy living arrangement. These people were up all hours of the night, screaming and yelling at each other. I complained to management and they issued several warnings --but only when these people stopped paying rent did they do anything serious about the living situation.
My next set of neighbors sold pot from the apartment.
A short time after these people moved out the teenagers they allowed to move in next to me had the swat team come down on them for accidentally shooting each other. The police found them growing pot in the closet.
One month after that we all went on lockdown when one of the residents was found making a bomb.
The pool is always under maintenance in the summer, and if you call with a problem in your apartment the first reaction was always "Can you try to fix it yourself." When it comes to broken dishwashers or front door locks that is not a phrase you really want to hear.
Upon moving out you really see the true colors of this complex. They will nickel and dime you for every possible charge they can come up with. As cliche as it sounds, I left that apartment looking better than when I moved in. The kitchen, bedrooms and bathroom were spotless. However 2 weeks later I received a $775 for cleaning costs, costs to replace the carpet (which was not new when I moved in, and granted looked a little worse for the wear considering it was cheap and I had a large dog living with me) and repainting fees. They even charged me to repaint the ceiling!
Calls to the office to sort of the issue has only resulted in a game of phone tag, and I am now stuck dealing with their management company who just so happens to have an "F" rating with the better business bureau.
My 2 cents -- if you can tolerate shady neighbors the price might make it tempting to live here. Just remember they will squeeze you for every last penny they can when you move out.

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I lived at the Oakwood club apartments for 3 years. And while the apartments themselves were fairly typical experiences with bad neighbors and management made me glad to leave this place when I did.

The main reason I stayed here for so long was rent was comparatively cheap, I had a dishwasher & a washer & dryer, and their pet policy allowed for my larger dog to live there. Those were the pluses.

The first major drawback seems to be that if you were willing to pay this place $ they would let just about anyone move in. I had neighbors living bellow me that seriously nearly drove me insane for lack of sleep and fear of personal safety. They had cramped 9 people into an 865 square foot apartment, with three large dogs and management did not seem to care about this crazy living arrangement. These people were up all hours of the night, screaming and yelling at each other. I complained to management and they issued several warnings --but only when these people stopped paying rent did they do anything serious about the living situation.
My next set of neighbors sold pot from the apartment.
A short time after these people moved out the teenagers they allowed to move in next to me had the swat team come down on them for accidentally shooting each other. The police found them growing pot in the closet.
One month after that we all went on lockdown when one of the residents was found making a bomb.
The pool is always under maintenance in the summer, and if you call with a problem in your apartment the first reaction was always "Can you try to fix it yourself." When it comes to broken dishwashers or front door locks that is not a phrase you really want to hear.
Upon moving out you really see the true colors of this complex. They will nickel and dime you for every possible charge they can come up with. As cliche as it sounds, I left that apartment looking better than when I moved in. The kitchen, bedrooms and bathroom were spotless. However 2 weeks later I received a $775 for cleaning costs, costs to replace the carpet (which was not new when I moved in, and granted looked a little worse for the wear considering it was cheap and I had a large dog living with me) and repainting fees. They even charged me to repaint the ceiling!
Calls to the office to sort of the issue has only resulted in a game of phone tag, and I am now stuck dealing with their management company who just so happens to have an "F" rating with the better business bureau.
My 2 cents -- if you can tolerate shady neighbors the price might make it tempting to live here. Just remember they will squeeze you for every last penny they can when you move out.

Pros: cheap, allows pets

Cons: bad management, shady neighbors, nothing gets fixed

 

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