I've lived at Fieldpointe for almost three years. I just received an offer letter to sign my lease early to lock in a rate of $885 for a one bedroom apartment!! This is a $50 increase over 2015, and a $100 increase over the past few years. It's nice, but the rate increase is excessive. The walls are paper thin and you can hear everything!
Even after all the different things I went through, they sent my information to a billing agency 3 days after I paid my statement. Online I am paid in full as of June 2nd and when I log in now I have a remaining balance of 0, but I have just received a statement in the mail asking for 1590.01 dated June 5th, so they sent my information to a creditor agency 3 days after I was paid in full to seek the same amount I paid. I called for information about why this happened and what is going on, but the one person who apparently does this is on vacation until next week. So I will call again next week do figure this out. (UPDATE 6/24/2015 they called me back and said they will cancel the collection and said sorry for the confusion) My apartment was on the first floor so I guess I cannot complain too much about bugs, but I did have way more than any other apartment I lived in here. It is a little over priced for what you get, and the outside is the nicest part of it. When working out with my wife and brother (who was visiting) I was told that I can only have 2 guests. This was because a 3rd person who I do not know came into the gym, so there was a total of 4 people including myself in the gym and for some reason I was assumed to be having a 4th person? They are very nice to start, but over time they push you away. This credit collection is just another stone on top of the others that made me dislike these apartments, and I have lived in some pretty bad ones. It is in a nice neighborhood, only need to worry about being broken into otherwise everything is pretty safe. Inside the home, they have some gaps which lead to not the greatest insulation. They give you discounts your first year, which I realized there is a reason too, if you are going to go here, make sure to get the discount and do not plan on staying longer. I can honestly say without a doubt I am happy to be out of that apartment complex and into one that is actually nice.
I'll complete 5 months living at Fieldpointe and my experience is being really good so far. Some considerations: - Since the first day the management team is being really professional and nice with me and my wife; - The apartment is well renovated and every single utility is working properly; - We needed the maintenance twice and both issues were solved in a couple days; - There are plenty parking places, even when we get home late it is so easy to park our car; - The pool and barbecue area are awesome and there is always availability to use; - The landscaping is beautiful!! Definitely I recommend Fieldpointe as a great place to live.
We moved here nearly a year ago and we love it. The maintenance staff work hard to keep the place aesthetically pleasing, respond quickly when we've called them, and are willing to work long hours. The regular office staff seem to know everyone by name and are always pleasant and friendly. The only downside - you might be able to find more square footage for the same price nearby, but you won't see the same quality. In my experience, other complexes will gladly take your money and allow the facility and grounds to deteriorate, but I have never wondered where my rent dollars are going here.
I have to say this is the most unprofessional people I've every dealt with. I moved in for a job transfer. The walls are paper then I could here the neighbors TV everyday I could here the entry door every time it opened and closed. Any how I was transfers because of my job to another location and was provided paperwork to show that I wasn't moving because I was going somewhere else I was moving because I was leaving the state needless to say they charged me $3000 just to break my lease all because my company was moving me. They're rude and not easy to get ahold of. If you want quietness, professionalism, and an real living experience I suggest this is not the place for you.