Willows At Tamarac

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I lived here for the past three years and honestly it wasn't too bad of a place. If a maintenance issue came up they were prompt and fixed the issue in a timely manner. The complex itself very quiet and most everyone keeps to themselves. They have recently redone all of the landscaping and repainted the exterior. The apartments are a bit dated, but I saw other units get a few upgrades when a previous tenant moved out. When I moved in the carpets were cleaned however there were pet stains from the previous owner and it got noted in the move in walkthrough. My unit didn't have any upgrades, the ceiling fan was very dated, the thermostat was the older style with a little bar to slide to the temperature you wanted, I noticed in other units that I had seen/people's units I visited they had digital thermostats. The apartment was also very drafty and caused my electric/gas bill to be high. I had the studio apartment, it is roughly 535sq ft and in the winter I would easily see a $180-$190 utility bill with the thermostat usually set to about 68-75. The sliding door was not sealed and you could hear the air coming in and there was about a three quarter inch gap under the front door. In the summer I didn't worry about my electric much because I would just open the windows and turn on a fan. The walls and floors are fairly thin in regards to hearing your neighbors, I could usually hear muffled conversations from my neighbors to the side and below me. They have a no pet policy however I was told that it meant no dogs or cats, if the pet was in a cage or tank i.e. fish, small aninals, reptiles etc. they would be fine to have. When I moved out we did a move out walkthrough and they noted a stain in the living room area but said it would be no problem. I followed up with them almost a month after moving out to see the status of any prorated rent (I moved out a month early and was told when a new tenant moved in they would prorate my rent back to me) and my deposit. It was then that I was informed that they had to replace the carpet due to pet odors and that wiped out most of the prorated rent and my deposit. They told me they heard I had ferrets and that was the cause of the odor. I did have ferrets but I kept them in a cage at all times, cleaned the cage regularly and never let them roam. There was no mention of any odors when we did the final walkthrough. So they mailed me a check for $51 and kept the rest even though the carpet was already old and stained from previous tenants.

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I lived here for the past three years and honestly it wasn't too bad of a place. If a maintenance issue came up they were prompt and fixed the issue in a timely manner. The complex itself very quiet and most everyone keeps to themselves. They have recently redone all of the landscaping and repainted the exterior. The apartments are a bit dated, but I saw other units get a few upgrades when a previous tenant moved out. When I moved in the carpets were cleaned however there were pet stains from the previous owner and it got noted in the move in walkthrough. My unit didn't have any upgrades, the ceiling fan was very dated, the thermostat was the older style with a little bar to slide to the temperature you wanted, I noticed in other units that I had seen/people's units I visited they had digital thermostats. The apartment was also very drafty and caused my electric/gas bill to be high. I had the studio apartment, it is roughly 535sq ft and in the winter I would easily see a $180-$190 utility bill with the thermostat usually set to about 68-75. The sliding door was not sealed and you could hear the air coming in and there was about a three quarter inch gap under the front door. In the summer I didn't worry about my electric much because I would just open the windows and turn on a fan. The walls and floors are fairly thin in regards to hearing your neighbors, I could usually hear muffled conversations from my neighbors to the side and below me. They have a no pet policy however I was told that it meant no dogs or cats, if the pet was in a cage or tank i.e. fish, small aninals, reptiles etc. they would be fine to have. When I moved out we did a move out walkthrough and they noted a stain in the living room area but said it would be no problem. I followed up with them almost a month after moving out to see the status of any prorated rent (I moved out a month early and was told when a new tenant moved in they would prorate my rent back to me) and my deposit. It was then that I was informed that they had to replace the carpet due to pet odors and that wiped out most of the prorated rent and my deposit. They told me they heard I had ferrets and that was the cause of the odor. I did have ferrets but I kept them in a cage at all times, cleaned the cage regularly and never let them roam. There was no mention of any odors when we did the final walkthrough. So they mailed me a check for $51 and kept the rest even though the carpet was already old and stained from previous tenants.

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I have to say that this is the worst appartment complex I have ever lived in. The noise is out of control and I have never met my neighbors even when I tried. They are so rude and just don't seem to have the time to say "hi". I get people knocking on my door at all hours (3-5am) looking for drugs and I am to scared for my safety to tell the leasing office. I can't wait for my lease to be up so I can get out of here. Be careful if you rent an apartment here. They will tell you that your share of the utility is $20-$25 a month but mine ended up being $60-$70 a month. They also watch you like a hawk at the pool and they guy watching is a JERK to put it nicely. God forbid you should bring a water bottle to the pool because you may get interrogated to the point you want to leave because the pool is not fun anymore. The laundry is run off of pay as you go cards and you can only pay in the leasing office during their hours of operation so if you work during those hours then you are out of luck for doing your laundry. There have also been many cars broken into while I have been here and countless visits from the DPD. I would think twice before renting an apartment here.

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I have to say that this is the worst appartment complex I have ever lived in. The noise is out of control and I have never met my neighbors even when I tried. They are so rude and just don't seem to have the time to say "hi". I get people knocking on my door at all hours (3-5am) looking for drugs and I am to scared for my safety to tell the leasing office. I can't wait for my lease to be up so I can get out of here. Be careful if you rent an apartment here. They will tell you that your share of the utility is $20-$25 a month but mine ended up being $60-$70 a month. They also watch you like a hawk at the pool and they guy watching is a JERK to put it nicely. God forbid you should bring a water bottle to the pool because you may get interrogated to the point you want to leave because the pool is not fun anymore. The laundry is run off of pay as you go cards and you can only pay in the leasing office during their hours of operation so if you work during those hours then you are out of luck for doing your laundry. There have also been many cars broken into while I have been here and countless visits from the DPD. I would think twice before renting an apartment here.

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Horrible. The Willows have long had a spotty history. I read so many reviews, knew that they had problems under both the previous and current ownership, but believed a few reports that things had improved. Wow, was that ever a mistake. I'm now sure some of those reports were artificial.

DON'T RENT HERE. Just go with the safe assumption that it will NEVER get better. If you like living with filth, noise, rude neighbors, management that cares nothing about you or your environment, theft, vandalism, and drgus... then the Willows are the place for you. However, I'm sure that even if you are accustomed to those things, you probably want a more peacful, happy, and sensible place to live.

There are many other nicer places in the area. So, seriously, don't move here. No matter how pleasant they act when you come in, you'd only find out that the people they consider "problem tenants" are those that complain about legitimate concerns and problems. If you move here, be prepared to put up with whatever, because you'll be on your own.

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Horrible. The Willows have long had a spotty history. I read so many reviews, knew that they had problems under both the previous and current ownership, but believed a few reports that things had improved. Wow, was that ever a mistake. I'm now sure some of those reports were artificial.

DON'T RENT HERE. Just go with the safe assumption that it will NEVER get better. If you like living with filth, noise, rude neighbors, management that cares nothing about you or your environment, theft, vandalism, and drgus... then the Willows are the place for you. However, I'm sure that even if you are accustomed to those things, you probably want a more peacful, happy, and sensible place to live.

There are many other nicer places in the area. So, seriously, don't move here. No matter how pleasant they act when you come in, you'd only find out that the people they consider "problem tenants" are those that complain about legitimate concerns and problems. If you move here, be prepared to put up with whatever, because you'll be on your own.

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