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I have been here about a month and I absolutely hate it. These apartments are way over priced for the quality that you are getting. Besides, you have a very rude manager that is not shy to argue with you for hours anytime you ask for something instead of trying to address your concerns.\nWhen I looked at the model I was impressed with it and so I went ahead and paid the money needed to secure my apartment. I was told that I cannot see the actual apartment until a day before my moving date.\nThe day that I came to pick up the keys I went to check my apartment for few minutes as I was in my lunch break. The next day in the evening I moved in and by the time the movers finished it was almost midnight. While the movers were helping with the move they tried to drink water from the kitchen sink but quickly noticed that the water had a very bad smell to the point that the foul smell spread all over the apartment. After they left I tried the shower but it was the same. The smell was so sharp and so foul. I had to go back to my previous apartment where I just moved out from which is about 12 miles away to take a shower and sleep on the floor until the next day. Trying to sleep on the floor was very uncomfortable for me and so after three hours (about 4am) I decided to come back to the new apartment and sleep in my bed. On the way, I stopped at a gas station to buy bottled water so that I can use the next day to wash and brush my teeth. The next day I went to the leasing office and told the leasing agent about the problem who contacted the repair man on duty but he could come. She then contacted the manager who told her to offer me to go to a nearby hotel for the night and they will fix the problem on Monday.\nOn Monday they sent somebody to fix the problem and according to the manager all what they did was let the water run in all the faucets for 30 minutes, which I will be paying the bill for. Today, 4 weeks later the water still smells bad but not as much as it was the first day. Since then I had to ask the office to send the pest control guy as I have see so many small spiders in the apartment and flying insects coming out of the sink in the kitchen.\nLast week when I went and asked for paint to do some touch up on some of the walls I was told to bring my own container in order to get the paint. Yesterday, I went to the office to ask for a different gate opener as mine it doesn?t work sometimes. I was told that it probably needs a new battery and I need to go to Wal-Mart to buy a new one as they don't have these batteries in the office.\nI lived in many apartments before and have never been asked to go and buy a battery to a gate opener before or a tin to get paint. Certainly, not when you pay $1300 a month rent.\nToday, after 4 weeks I decided to ask to transfer to another apartment maybe I will have better luck with the water problem. The answer that I got for the manager was ok but I have to pay a $400 transfer fee. When I told the manager i

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I have been here about a month and I absolutely hate it. These apartments are way over priced for the quality that you are getting. Besides, you have a very rude manager that is not shy to argue with you for hours anytime you ask for something instead of trying to address your concerns.\nWhen I looked at the model I was impressed with it and so I went ahead and paid the money needed to secure my apartment. I was told that I cannot see the actual apartment until a day before my moving date.\nThe day that I came to pick up the keys I went to check my apartment for few minutes as I was in my lunch break. The next day in the evening I moved in and by the time the movers finished it was almost midnight. While the movers were helping with the move they tried to drink water from the kitchen sink but quickly noticed that the water had a very bad smell to the point that the foul smell spread all over the apartment. After they left I tried the shower but it was the same. The smell was so sharp and so foul. I had to go back to my previous apartment where I just moved out from which is about 12 miles away to take a shower and sleep on the floor until the next day. Trying to sleep on the floor was very uncomfortable for me and so after three hours (about 4am) I decided to come back to the new apartment and sleep in my bed. On the way, I stopped at a gas station to buy bottled water so that I can use the next day to wash and brush my teeth. The next day I went to the leasing office and told the leasing agent about the problem who contacted the repair man on duty but he could come. She then contacted the manager who told her to offer me to go to a nearby hotel for the night and they will fix the problem on Monday.\nOn Monday they sent somebody to fix the problem and according to the manager all what they did was let the water run in all the faucets for 30 minutes, which I will be paying the bill for. Today, 4 weeks later the water still smells bad but not as much as it was the first day. Since then I had to ask the office to send the pest control guy as I have see so many small spiders in the apartment and flying insects coming out of the sink in the kitchen.\nLast week when I went and asked for paint to do some touch up on some of the walls I was told to bring my own container in order to get the paint. Yesterday, I went to the office to ask for a different gate opener as mine it doesn?t work sometimes. I was told that it probably needs a new battery and I need to go to Wal-Mart to buy a new one as they don't have these batteries in the office.\nI lived in many apartments before and have never been asked to go and buy a battery to a gate opener before or a tin to get paint. Certainly, not when you pay $1300 a month rent.\nToday, after 4 weeks I decided to ask to transfer to another apartment maybe I will have better luck with the water problem. The answer that I got for the manager was ok but I have to pay a $400 transfer fee. When I told the manager i

 

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