I lived there for about a year. It is near to UTSW and relative cheap, so I moved in without much thought. That is my worst decision! The paper thin walls let any kind of voice in, It was so hard for me to sleep because of the noise from the stairs and lobby. Several of items in my apartment didn't work, after I told them, it takes more than 2 weeks to have a look at of them. My water pipeline leaked, and they told me they would repair it as soon as possible. Do you know how soon? One month! Everytime you complained about their effecinecy, they just all of things were on the way. There are more than 7 fees ecepet for rental fees. You need to pay for all of them. Never move in inwood on the park!
In wood on the park , NEVER AGAIN. I moved in 2 moths ago , they were offering very good discount,it was so close to UTSW , so I did not think twice.Before I signed , I asked them if any pet is in next doors, because I sold my house because of dog barking. They gave me next door pet free apartment, at least I thought so. First morning I woke up with dog barking. I complaint about the dog noise a couple of times, they checked a couple of times to be sure if downstairs apartment has dog from their system, they could not find any registered dogs. At last someone came and heard dogs noises. And they found it was their issue, they forgot to register the dog on contract. The walls are so thick, if you live except 5th floor, you will hear every noise, every carry on passing through hall, every steps coming from upstairs. I requested to change my apartment, I wont lie , they accepted my request kindly and they found 5th floor apartment. But they refused to refund my parking fee, because 5th floor parking is free. I moved out twice in one month because of their fault. I loved my apartment, it was the brightest one. There is a construction across the street , two weeks ago I got a notice from management , according to notice, the construction would be started at 4 am. Everyday they start at 6:30 am. Not possible to sleep. Management never care about you. I was thinking to write this review but after today I decided to write. I have injury so I m working from home for 2 weeks, management left a notice 2-3 days ago in front of my door about mortgage company inspection, it is second time inspection in 2 months.When they knocked my door, I had very important meeting on phone. I told them , I can let them in , I wanted them to come back in 30 mins, they refused. I was still at meeting and the management started to call me, it distracted me. They disturbed my wife too, she also called me. I called them if they have any right to enter any permission. It looks like they have this right 28. line on contract. If you dont let them in , they have right to break your window , door, they dont care because you should pay, If you dont let them in , you must pat fine too. Think that I can sleep too, I can be sick. It is totally RUDENESS. If you want to move in, you must be ready for some fees; - You should have 100k rent insurance, if you select their suggested company , it is around $13. - You should pay parking fee for per contract - 100$ per car. - If you want to pay your rent automatically , you must pay 12$(for Visa) 15$ (for E- Check) (convenience fee), if you dont want to pay this fee, you should write only check and drop to drop box. - Be ready for additional fines, Those are only fees what I discovered in 2 months
I have been living in Dallas more than 5 years and I recently moved here. The place is close to UTSW and that is the reason a lot of students live here, the units are OK in general (we did check a couple of them) and the price is cheaper compared to other apartments around and some of the staff is really nice. I did not know that Inwood on the Park had a “reputation” among the students in UTSW. When we read the Google reviews we thought most of the people had problems with the previous management but we learned that was not the case. Please do not be fooled by the low number of bad reviews here, people who live here are mostly busy and international so they do not leave reviews unless they feel like they have major problems.Whenever we have a conflict, I feel like I have to deal with a “fishwife” and that did not happen any other apartments so far.Somebody should remind the management that what they provide is a service so politeness is not an option but a must.
I have moved here 1 month ago. Relatively cheap for location and amenities, but management tries to keep costs down. I have seen pool turning green from algae and poor maintenance. Overall apartments are decent. Be aware, if you are moving with eighteen wheeler, you might have to pay extra fees to movers since approach to the buildings is difficult and sometimes impossible.
I lived in two different apartments within the complex so my experience is different. the main reason I rented here was laziness and convenience of location. It got me that. The first apartment was a one bedroom. It was nice, had a balcony to a reflection pond in the middle of one of two courtyards (pool in the other). It would have been nice except for the huge tree blocking the view from my balcony of about anything. Otherwise, clean except for a huge stain in the carpet that wouldn't come out, but no other problems. The second apartment I live in (both of these were lease take-overs) had a huge roach problem. Come to find out all my neighbors have it too, and my Chinese roommate thought it was ok to have a symbiotic relationship with them, leaving food and other mess all over the floor and counters and stove for them to eat and thrive off of. After several months of sealing things myself and other forms pest control, I have significantly reduced the problem in my apartment. They came and sprayed but insisted the problem wouldn't go away if my Chinese roommate didn't clean his room and stuff up. They were prompt to respond with pest control, and quick to respond to mechanical problems. I will give that to them. They try to appear helpful. When I arrived in this second apartment, the AC didn't work. For the first two months they came every week to work on it, then it cooled off outside and we stopped calling/emailing them to fix it. When it heated up, the problem was still there. It has been a relatively cool spring, but nonetheless it took until June to get them to replace the entire air conditioner and solve the problem. My motorcycle was stolen from the parking garage. It was stolen from behind the "Safety and security" of the gated community. The gates are worthless essentially and often left open, or not functioning. I suppose this would be similar at most communities unless the office were accessed outside the gate. One of the two hot-tubs works and it is big enough to fit about 30 people. The pool is just long enough to swim laps in but only 3.5 deep at the ends and 3' deep in the middle. Finger scraping good. Lastly, they charge for everything. $25 for trash service, $100 to park in the garage, $50 for the gate clicker, and you are required to have renters insurance