Me and my wife have been here 8 months now and we love it! -Nice neighborhood -Beautiful environment -Really nice pool! -Management is very friendly and helpful with any problems -Maintenance is really helpful and friendly too -Pet friendly! I have nothing to complain about.
Where to begin... Let me start by saying I am a divorced single father, so the price of these crap apartments was a big selling point. AKA they are at least cheaper than nice apartments, but not in the worst neighborhoods. And like some of the other comments, living there was fine. The maintenance staff was great, hands down. But the office management was horrible, on numerous occasions I had to resend/notify them of simple things, like my phone number change, email, and other simple personal info changes. The office always smelt like dog urine, the gym was very minimal, and the pool was very very under kept! Finally when it came time to move on, I gave my 30 days notice, and then when I tried to verify my move out date three weeks later, they lost my paper work, so I was forced to pay another month’s rent, because my "30" days started over. It has now been a month since I have moved out, and I called to inquire on where my deposit return notification letter was, and the status of my deposit, and the lady in the office said it was mailed, to the wrong forwarding address, again I let them know my forwarding address at least three times, and verified it was correct on the day of my final out inspection. Now, because of their lack of basic office skills, my deposit is postponed another three to four weeks, and she wouldn’t even tell me what I was expected to get back?! All and all I have to say, do not move in there unless its your absolute last resort, there are much better ran complexes in the Vacaville community!
As a young man I rented a place from them. I loved the floor plan of the apartment. We rented a two bedroom apartment, because we were supposed to have a roommate join us in a couple of months. He bailed out and the apartment was more than we could afford alone. So we broke the lease and moved out rather than face eviction. We turned in the keys and moved out. Now I know we were not right for breaking our lease. But I was a young kid back then and made a mistake. Flash forward 11 years. Would you believe they've hired lawyers, got a judgement against me for three times what they claimed we owed, and are now trying to garnish my wife's wages. And get this, I tried to call their lawyers to make good on the debt. Like I said, I was a kid then and made a mistake. They told me I either pay the full $4,000 or they would move forward with wage garnishments. I live pay check to pay check and can't just shell out 4,000 bucks. Fortunately the courts ruled they couldn't garnish her wages twice now. But now they are trying for a third time. I am not saying I am innocent here, I did break the lease and there was fee for that. But what apartment complex hires lawyers. From what I understand most just write it off as a bad debt for a tax break at the end of the year. And not only do they hire lawyers but they hire ones so oblivious to the common man that they think they would have $4000 lying around. I don't think people should move here. Not because of what they do to you when you live there, but because of what they do when you leave. I've heard others talk about $500 charges for damaged blinds. And other such outrageous charges. Maybe if you plan to live there for the rest of your life you'd be okay. But once you move out be prepared to pay out your nose or deal with it for years and years to come.
Nice apartments, lived on the second floor. Not new, but not too old either. Parking was in front of the suite, which is always convenient. The area is reasonably quiet considering there is a large school nearby. Vacaville is a nice little town with low crime and congestion, except the I-80. Always do a final inspection with the management to avoid surprises prior to leaving, especially if your going through another party (company) for rent.
DONT MOVE IN HERE! YOU WILL GET SCREWED WHEN YOU MOVE OUT! They were great until we moved out. They charged us not only all of our deposit but another 363 bucks after that when we moved out. The only problem with that apartment was our blinds were jacked thanks to our dog. Besides that the carpet was immaculate. Only half the apartment had new carpet when we moved in and they charged us the entire apartment. Now that I am trying to contact them to find out the reasons for these ridiculous charges they conveniently dont answer the phone. Oh and if you have obnoxiously loud, trashy neighbors who affect your daily lives, dont even bother complaining because the front office are a bunch of spineless people who only make warnings. I could smell my neighbors disgusting apartment from inside mine.