The Links At Georgetown

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  • 450 Al Henderson Blvd.

    Savannah, GA 31419

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  • 912-927-1995

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If you're looking to reach the REAL MANAGEMENT (HEADQUATERS) for The Links at Georgetown...here's a link tarragonmanagementcom
I found this by doing a search via Savannah's Acessor's Dept. (website) here's a link for that: prc.chathamcountyorg , plugged in address of The Links, and came up with the "Property Record Card." You can do this for ANY piece of property (it's all public information), you can then "hunt" down the real people to talk to if you have a problem! Hope this helps anyone looking to contact ANY property management company's headquaters!!

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If you're looking to reach the REAL MANAGEMENT (HEADQUATERS) for The Links at Georgetown...here's a link tarragonmanagementcom
I found this by doing a search via Savannah's Acessor's Dept. (website) here's a link for that: prc.chathamcountyorg , plugged in address of The Links, and came up with the "Property Record Card." You can do this for ANY piece of property (it's all public information), you can then "hunt" down the real people to talk to if you have a problem! Hope this helps anyone looking to contact ANY property management company's headquaters!!

Pros: How to reach THE REAL MANAGEMENT!!

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We had the same problems as the first review- closets, cabinets, hot upstairs apartment, broken a/c, and insanely expensive utilities. We were able to find a house- twice the size and the same price for rent! The staff is very friendly, but the manager is extremely rude. The apartments are very small for the price, and have a lot of wasted space. Look elsewhere!

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We had the same problems as the first review- closets, cabinets, hot upstairs apartment, broken a/c, and insanely expensive utilities. We were able to find a house- twice the size and the same price for rent! The staff is very friendly, but the manager is extremely rude. The apartments are very small for the price, and have a lot of wasted space. Look elsewhere!

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These apartments look very nice from the outside, but are not set up very conveniently, (moving in and out sucked with our doors being a good 50 feet from the road, and a downhill slope from our front door leading right into a canal full of water!) and all the furnishings suck! The whole 7 months we lived there, the carpet was continually coming up on the stairs, there are only lights prepositioned in the bathrooms and on the stairs, all there rest you have to buy yourself, and our air conditioner was breaking every 3 or 4 weeks, and every 10-12 days in the summer. The repairmen are very nice and friendly, but must be being supplied with the wrong parts to fix things. As we were moving out, the kitchen cabinets started falling off, as they were all left-sided doors, and all the right sided ones were simply installed upside-down, and the hinges had begun snapping from the stress they weren't designed to take. And my biggest pet-peeve of the apartments are the STUPID rail systems the closets use! Every time i went in and out, it would pop off of it's railings, because the railing was so thin it easily deformed, and was so badly designed it suck a good 3/4" off of the floor and was continually being abused. They also didn't use plated screws to install the bathroom closets, so after we had been there a month, humidity had rusted through the installation screws, and the railings just snapped off at floor level, leaving jagged little rusty screw pieces sticking up! Also, the upper level apartments are TERRIBLY energy-inefficient! our monthly electricity bill was $200-230 on average, in our new home, with all the same appliances (and a few more) it's usually in the 110-140 ballpark. Our upper apartment was always too hot too, even when it was cold outside! I can see our lower neighbor in Arctic survival gear with his heater on full-blast, heat bleeding up into our apartment, with us in our underwear and our A/C on full blast!
If you have the money to live here, buy a house, we only pay $200 dollars more a month now, and everything is so much nicer!

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These apartments look very nice from the outside, but are not set up very conveniently, (moving in and out sucked with our doors being a good 50 feet from the road, and a downhill slope from our front door leading right into a canal full of water!) and all the furnishings suck! The whole 7 months we lived there, the carpet was continually coming up on the stairs, there are only lights prepositioned in the bathrooms and on the stairs, all there rest you have to buy yourself, and our air conditioner was breaking every 3 or 4 weeks, and every 10-12 days in the summer. The repairmen are very nice and friendly, but must be being supplied with the wrong parts to fix things. As we were moving out, the kitchen cabinets started falling off, as they were all left-sided doors, and all the right sided ones were simply installed upside-down, and the hinges had begun snapping from the stress they weren't designed to take. And my biggest pet-peeve of the apartments are the STUPID rail systems the closets use! Every time i went in and out, it would pop off of it's railings, because the railing was so thin it easily deformed, and was so badly designed it suck a good 3/4" off of the floor and was continually being abused. They also didn't use plated screws to install the bathroom closets, so after we had been there a month, humidity had rusted through the installation screws, and the railings just snapped off at floor level, leaving jagged little rusty screw pieces sticking up! Also, the upper level apartments are TERRIBLY energy-inefficient! our monthly electricity bill was $200-230 on average, in our new home, with all the same appliances (and a few more) it's usually in the 110-140 ballpark. Our upper apartment was always too hot too, even when it was cold outside! I can see our lower neighbor in Arctic survival gear with his heater on full-blast, heat bleeding up into our apartment, with us in our underwear and our A/C on full blast!
If you have the money to live here, buy a house, we only pay $200 dollars more a month now, and everything is so much nicer!

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