when they fix things they do it all at once. Thank you Lord I can go whenever I want.9 bricks nd I'm off.......beautiful nd the service is great so far.....Thank you Jesus love you guys
DO NOT RENT HERE! This place has black mold coming out of the vents and only 3 or 4 maintenance workers for well over 100 units. They take two-three hour lunches in the community room next to the fitness center and stare at women working out. The office staff rarely answers the phone and does not check the online maintenance requests. There is no emergency maintenance number, you have to leave a message and wait for them to call you back. It could be hours or days before this happens. If they do make a repair, they will not update the system, I have had my toilet fixed and replaced 2 times because they did not mark the work order as complete. At times they buy refurbished junk appliances from a trailer that drives through the complex to use for replacements. The fire department has been called out to numerous units because of old wiring that has caused electrical fires. The fire department has to leave a message just to get a response. I am paying nearly $200 for electricity for 1 adult & 1 child and my A/C is on 75 and I work 5 days a week and travel 1-2 weekends per month. In the winter it is $150. I am paying $45-50 monthly for community water and some units in my building are vacant. They do not do any preventive up keeping or updating until something goes wrong. They then only patch it up. I have had roof leaks, which they can't fix while its raining and then send someone out weeks later. It later rains and you realize you still have the same problem. If the person above you has a water leak it will seep down to your unit through the walls causing more mold and nothing will be done about it. The hallways are filthy with leaves and tree debris and the ground are full of cigarette butts. I am living here only because the rent is less than $1000 for 2bdr. and a single mom, but I have had it.
**Horrible overall experience** I moved into my apartment in NOV 2013 and literally before i moved in we had issues. First of all the office staff apparently didn't know we were due to move in so when we called to make sure we were good to go they said our apartment was in the middle of being remodeled and we had to postpone the move in date. After postponing we showed up on the agreed upon date and our apartment was still not ready. we were forced to move into an apartment that was halfway remodeled. One of the biggest issues was a hole in the ceiling that was leaking... it took them over 1 month to fix it. Not only was it ugly it was a health hazard because mold was growing inside the hole. We ended up having to call an insurance adjuster to light a fire under their butts. The office staff is horrible, you will be waiting at least a couple weeks before they fix any reported issues and that's only if you keep asking about it. We made friends with one of the maintenance leads so now we just call him and bypass the entire formal process. The gym equipment is in poor shape and the main pool is broken and looks disgusting. As far as crime goes, a young guy was caught trying to break into an apartment and club house but other than that it has been safe and quiet. the gates are finally fixed, so that helps, but that's about the only good thing about the place. ***Don't waste your time with this place***
If your unit has any maintenance issue, don't expect them to fix it promptly. When I moved in, I found a lots of pre-existing issues. I had to contact them 4 times within 5 weeks before they actually showed up to fix some of the issues. After more than 3 months, I still have 3 things that have not been fixed yet and it looks like they are not willing to fix it at all. The biggest issue that I still have is the cigarette smoking smell coming from the exhaust ventilation in my master bedroom. I guess the below units have some smokers. I will definitely not staying here long or suggesting anyone moving in Ashley Oaks Apts. I talked to the management again regarding the cigarette smoking smell and they said they could not do anything about it. If I want, "I" have to knock the doors of units below mine and beg them to stop smoking in the bathroom, otherwise, my family including a little kid to suck it up till the end of the contract. I also reported the second time within 2 months about "a lot" of black little objects coming out from the faucet (a lot to the point that I can feel weird things in my mouth after taking a sip) and they said it was normal and told me to let the water run "until it clear" before using it "every single time". I thought I let the water run until it is warm to use was more than enough, but apparently, not at all. I'm just wondering what type of water systems does this apartment have? Would you like to sign the lease and find out something wrong inside your apartment, and then you "have to suck it up" for the rest of your contract because they can't do anything about it?
When we first started looking for a new apartment complex in March 2014, everything with Ashley Oaks looked very good. However, ever since we moved in April 2014, everything has fallen apart. First of all, I was assured that everything would be ready for me to move in. When I opened the door, the new apartment was completely trashed, dirty, and incomplete. The walls were dirty, and I discovered that they lied to me about the apartment having wood floors (they are linoleum). The bathroom had no faucets, shower heads, or water controls. The (supposedly brand new) toilets leaked, and the tile around the toilets was not finished. This was just the beginning of our problems. So far, we have had to have our ceiling fan replaced, the air conditioning fixed three times, a smoke detector installed (missing when we moved in), faucets, shower heads, and water controls installed in the bathroom and a toilet fixed. One of our toilets still leaks, the door frames are rotted, our dishwasher has stopped working, our stove barely works, and, as icing on the cake, our shower now leaks into the wall, as well as into the tub around the water control. The tile still has not been fixed. Meanwhile, the head maintenance man is closing the pool to residents so that he can throw pool parties until 2 AM. Never mind that one of the carports collapsed in a storm on top of several cars parked under it and is still laying there, almost a month later, blocking about five parking spaces. Never mind that there is not a single gate in this supposed gated community that works (and by work, I mean they do not close at all and most of them are off their tracks). Meanwhile, management does... well, what appears to be absolutely nothing, other than trying to get more suckers to move into this abysmal excuse of an apartment complex. Needless to say, DO NOT move into this apartment complex. I can tell you for a fact that SellSmart Reality has this apartment complex on a "do not show" list.