I could go on and on about Wildwood Management Group, but in a nutshell they offer great service. Their personnel go above and beyond to make me feel that my association dues are being responsibly managed. Whether calling into the office or sending a concerned email, I am acknowledged and responded to in a timely manner. Luana and Gabriel have pulled rabbits out of hats for our community and are such a pleasure to work with. Loving our community page that has everything we need to stay informed. Your website is user friendly and full of all the paperwork we need to save gas and time to do business electronically! As a Realtor, Owner, Landlord and Board Member I feel our community is the most appealing condominium complex in the Medical center thanks to the behind the scene efforts of Wildwood. (I am reading these negative reviews and find them hard to believe....My calls are always returned, and no not always the same day. Usually when there is dissatisfaction with how the management is handling something, it is because there is an unreasonable expectation of who is responsible for what in an HOA. All buyers need to read the bylaws, articles of incorporation, any amendments to such as well as the rules and regulations for any community that has an HOA. If you are unhappy with someone or something, be proactive and join the board or committees that are the true source of change for an HOA. It is unfortunate, and I am guilty of this myself, that many times Wildwood has sent out something to vote and must have board approval in order to approve a work order,like a leaking roof or a hot tub repair. The delay can come from busy board members which is not the fault of the management company. )
My wife and I chose SASA after looking at various options for swim lessons for our youngest son. It's a bit of a drive from where we live, but we will continue to use SASA because of the Ms. Corey. My son did not know how to swim, period. He used a life vest when he was around a pool to avoid any incidences. For all of that, my son grew frustrated with being limited to floating around as opposed to actually swimming. Ms. Corey has been appropriately friendly and enthusiastic from Day 1. Ms. Corey takes the time to walk over and welcome the students to join her when it's time to start, and concludes the lesson by speaking with the parents about any gains (or concerns) that occurred that day. Even with the few times Ms. Corey has chided my son for walking a bit too rapidly along the side of the pool, he still enjoys the lessons and has never complained about going to a lesson. Ms. Corey (and SASA) has been good for my son. His swimming improved quickly over the summer that during the family vacation (five weeks after beginning), my son was able to safely swim and play with his cousins. I would definitely recommend SASA for a beginning swimmer. All of the coaches I have interacted with are friendly, work well with the students, and all listen to the concerns of the parents.
I signed up two of my kids, ages 3 and 5, and they both love it, they look forward to swimming lessons! Coaches are great, they work very well with the kids, they know how to push them, and also make them comfortable in the water at the same time. My 3 year old was scared and crying the first day, but then the instructors made him comfortable and now he looks forward to going and have his coach sing him a song while teaching him how to swim! At the beginning they ask what your goal is, what do you want your children to accomplish, and they constantly keep you updated on how your kids are progressing! I have nothing bad to say, and the only reason I'm giving it a 4 star is because it's a little pricey and they don't give refunds! So I just hope the ARMY keeps us here long enough for the kids to finish their sessions! Sincerely , H.L.