The rent posted on their own webpage is inaccurate. The male assistant manager from the leasing office quoted a rent and we were asked to return to finalize the lease with the female manager. In the meantime we submitted various documents along with a holding deposit. A week later, when we got there, she said the price he gave us was wrong and raised the rent on the spot - just like that! By then we already stopped our apartment search and had little alternative but to sign the lease. Later, we learned that they did exactly the same to other residents. The apartment building and the grounds are fine. We actually liked the outlay of our spacious unit. However, kids play soccer unsupervised until late at night. They kick the ball against the front door and windows on a daily basis. Since there are no door bells, we never knew if there was actually someone knocking or just the kids playing. It's very loud and even with all the windows closed you can barely watch TV or even talk on the phone. This is very inconvenient especially during the summer. There is a nice and spacious park just 2 blocks away, which is fully illuminated! Some tenants on assisted living drink hard liquor straight out of the bottle on shared space and misbehave. Management won't do anything. They only attach one of the countless notices on every door. On many weekend mornings, vendors scream to sell their home made foods, adding further to the noise. On the other hand, maintenance crew is doing a pretty good job and performs tasks in a timely manner. Renter’s insurance is required. You get 1 assigned carport per unit. Good luck when you have multiple cars. Lots of shops are conveniently close and freeways are easy to access. Even when you don’t give management permission to enter your apartment while being absent, they do it anyway. In a year they will enter your apartment about 4 times to do either a patio, AC, heating or other sort of inspection. It’s annoying. So, generally it's overpriced for the quality of living. By the time we moved out, about 5 neighbors left, too.