My husband and I lived here for about two years as our first home. We absolutely loved it and our standards are set too high now because of it. Upon moving in to our excellent condition apartment, the few little things that we marked on our move in check list were fixed and addressed the next day without us having to even call. We had the best neighbors and it was always so quiet. Maintenance was probably my favorite thing about the place, because they were extremely qualified and very good at their job. Our dishwasher was flooding on us and after it was repaired, it broke again. The next day we had a brand new one. The complex was kept in pristine condition and really felt like home. The only downside really was that we had to move due to our rent increasingly going up upon renewals. But, we currently live somewhere where we dream about Timber. We definitely took for granted the perks of living there because with most cheaper complexes like where we live now, you get what you pay for. I would GLADLY move back to Timber.
Do not move here. I live there now. When u sign ur lease they tell u 1 thing but in reality its something totally different. I just called the office to see about transfering to a 2 br and the only person who was ever helpful to me they say shes no longer there. The manager says if u dont like how i do it ill b gone in 2 days that i can just call n talk to the new person n 2 months when they get there. This is a damn shame. I was told on the day i signed my lease i could switch after i paid $400 transfer fee now they say u have to go the full lease before u can. Manager has a major attitude problem. Bad enf i hung up on her. So go somewhere else please. U dont wanna deal with ppl like that. And on top of that shes the only 1 that "claims" to know anything. Other girl knows nothing at all.
OK I live in these apts I moved here 5 years ago and just the last year I have had a problem one is that I was at the pool with my sister and 5 kids the manager came outside and told us to be quite they had people in the office, so I got up to leave she said I didn't ask you to leave I was like there is no way in hell 5 kids are going to just be quite at the freaking pool its a place to have fun!!! Then she said my kids and my kids only where climbing the walls of the apts outside umm OK my kids are at their grandma s 5 days a week! What the hell! Then I told them March 9 I was having problems with my dryer they brought me one that didn't freaking work 2 days ago I have called and left messages NO one calls back and days he it maybe a few days! My sister went up there yesterday and of course no one was there! There are about 5 alts in my building that are empty and this must be why!!! I use to love living here now not so much!
Well I really enjoyed living here until recently bc the office never answers the phone or they aren't in there to serve customers and o feel like if u pay as much as we do when something breaks it should b fixed the next day not two weeks later And also it's ridiculous to call somewhere especially a place of business and get no kind of answer the staff used to b wonderful but no so much anymore
Okay, so I do live here currently. If you have active children this is not the place for you. My gradddaughter lives with me. She is a happy, energetic 2 year old. She loves to run, jump, play and of course throw temper tantrums when she doesn't get her way. We can't do anything without the neighbors complaining to the office. For every complaint there is no dialogue as to what happened, is it true, or anything. The office just goes by whatever the complaint is. If my granddaughter is playing, jumping or just plain being a kid I get a call from the office. "There is too much noise from your apartment". If she is outside and cries, the office calls. If she cries because she doesn't want to go to bed, the office calls. Now to be fair my granddaughter does have a good set of lungs, but short of putting a gag in her mouth and chaining her to a chair, she's a typical 2 year old. Is it our fault that the walls are thin, as well as the floors? So, we are now being evicted. Now I can start on the actual apartment - the dishwasher doesn't clean the dishes. I've reported it several times, each time they say there is nothing wrong with it. Now it would work half way decent if I only loaded it with a few dishes and not a full load. The air conditioner goes out routinely. I guess maintenance got tired of coming so they showed us how to get to work again. The staff especially the head manager is difficult to talk to and doesn't really care to hear what you have to say. I pay my rent on time every month and we keep to ourselves. Our next door neighbor has loud arguments and fights and slams doors and cabinets - we don't complain. The people below us has loud get togethers or parties - we don't complain. My daughter can hear the next door neighbors alarm going off every morning - which wakes her up too - we don't complain. To me this is life and part of living in an apartment. Now, when my daughter was getting the sh!# beat out of her by her boyfriend out in the parking lot at 3AM, and was trying to get away, honking the horn, flashing the lights on her car and screaming not one person helped or called the police. Then the security wouldn't come down and check on her when I was out of town and was concerned that the ex-boyfriend (then) was here - I called and heard arguing. I was worried about my daughter and my granddaughter, all they had to do was make sure she was okay or call the police if he was there. But no, no one cared. Instead they complain if my daughter is out in the parking lot moving furniture on an extremely hot day and fanning her shirt (no, nothing was ever exposed). They see more watching females walk to the pool in their bikinis. Now if it's just you and no kids, with no life or you're an elderly person...this is the perfect place for you. Just don't expect anything from management or your neighbors.