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Reviews for The Villas Apartments

Posted On: 9/1/2017

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Recently under new management, the rules changed so that no internet/tv dishes or personal items are allowed on the patio. You are allowed patio furniture and well kept plants and thats it. Not to mention that removing the dish you are no longer allowed to have will cost you $150. Lots of people's kids had toys on the porch. Because they are KIDS. They used to look lived in, like family's lived here. Now for the sake of impressing potential renters all our porches look vacated and bare. It's beyond me why such arbitrary rules would be applied except for pure greed. Our new management wants to impress people thinking about moving in, which puts more money in their pocket. But in doing so they are ignoring the people who already live here. Why am I paying rent for a patio my kids can't have outdoor toys on? Why am I paying rent for a space that I can't decide (within reason, you know like toys and tv dishes) what to fill it with? Can I have personal items in my bathroom? How about my kitchen is that okay? If I wanted to live under selfish, ridiculous rules again I'd move back in with my parents. At least then I wouldn't be PAYING to be treated like a child.
By: Anonymous   
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Posted On: 9/1/2017

lease doesn't include patio I guess

Recently under new management, the rules changed so that no internet/tv dishes or personal items are allowed on the patio. You are allowed patio furniture and well kept plants and thats it. Not to mention that removing the dish you are no longer allowed to have will cost you $150. Lots of people's kids had toys on the porch. Because they are KIDS. They used to look lived in, like family's lived here. Now for the sake of impressing potential renters all our porches look vacated and bare. It's beyond me why such arbitrary rules would be applied except for pure greed. Our new management wants to impress people thinking about moving in, which puts more money in their pocket. But in doing so they are ignoring the people who already live here. Why am I paying rent for a patio my kids can't have outdoor toys on? Why am I paying rent for a space that I can't decide (within reason, you know like toys and tv dishes) what to fill it with? Can I have personal items in my bathroom? How about my kitchen is that okay? If I wanted to live under selfish, ridiculous rules again I'd move back in with my parents. At least then I wouldn't be PAYING to be treated like a child.
By: Anonymous   
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Overall Rating

4 out of 5 stars

Ratings By Category

Parking
4.5 out of 5 stars
Amenities
4.5 out of 5 stars
Maintenance
5 out of 5 stars
Staff
3 out of 5 stars
Value
3.5 out of 5 stars
Location
4.5 out of 5 stars
Noise
4 out of 5 stars