I live here and the management is absolutely rude i am making formal complaints to her boss jim about how she treated me over an incident i had at the pool. I deserve to be treated respectfully as well as she does, but its a 1 way street with her.managment is all about themselves. They are going to learn the hard way when they drive all her tendants away because of her blatant disrespect. The do inspections on your house wvwry few months which i find to be an invassion of privacy. They refuse to fix anything thats wrong with the homes. I moved in in april 2018 just tried the AC in June for the 1st time it doesnt work. Take it from all the reviews amd find somewhere else to live. This is your life you pay people to live here your family and kids play here, walk to the bus stop. You and your family deserve a nice community with respecrful management to the staff that continually disrespect the people hwre its a job to them but thia is yoir home. you will constantly be disrespected by everyone who works here esp management. She doesnt care about looking into any thing she sides with her staff even when they are wrong. The staff is whats wrong with thia community. New management people who are kind and respectful would go along way. They also charge random fees for absolutely nothing. Pls avoid this place. Jim the vice president of this company will be hearing from me. They also wont give out their boas info who knows why, but i have it and these reviews and the disrespect people gwt hwre whwn they pay to livw here should not go unnoticed. People are fed up i hear it daily by my neighbors, reviews online and my personal experience. Its only bewn 4 months, but 4 months of misery.
Terrible Company ,Many of the staff members are rude,They also try to lump all Animals in the same Category by saying in the resident hand book and now even on our bills saying . ALL pets must be registered with the office and you must fill out a request form,But the fact is NO service or Emotional Support Dog require this ! the fact is under the FHA such owner of such animal ONLY can be asked to show a letter from their doctor stating that they do need one of these animal's !! And the FHA agency said they must remove this from their hand book !!The Fair Housing Act (FHA) is a federal law that prevents discrimination against tenants in their homes.Under the FHA, a disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment which significantly limits a person’s major life activities. Even if a lease says "no pets" or restricts pets, landlords are required to make what is called a “reasonable accommodation” to allow pets who serve as assistance animals, which includes animals who provide emotional support. Assistance animals are in a different legal classification than pets who are not assistance animals, which is why pet restrictions and fees are waived for them. They are animals that work, assist and/or perform tasks and services for the benefit of a person with a disability or provide emotional support that improves the symptoms of a disability.There is no official certification or training for assistance animals, and they can assist in a wide variety of ways. Breed and weight restrictions do not apply to assistance or service animals. Differences between service animals and assistance animals Service animals are categorized as animals trained to do a specific task for their owner. The most common example is a guide dog. Service animals are allowed in public accommodations because of the owner’s need for the animal at all times. An assistance animal can be a cat, dog or other type of companion animal, and does not need to be trained to perform a service. The emotional and/or physical benefits from the animal living in the home are what qualify the animal as an assistance animal. A letter from a medical doctor or therapist is all that is needed to classify the animal as an assistance animal.The fact that the term “service animal” is often used by landlords and public housing authorities to refer to both service dogs and assistance animals often creates confusion. Some examples of assistance animals: A cat who can detect and alerts their companion of oncoming seizures . A dog who alleviates a person’s depression or anxiety. A cat who reduces a person’s stress-induced pain. A bird who alerts their hard-of-hearing companion when someone has come to the door.Demonstrating your pet is an assistance animal A person with a disability may need to provide the landlord with a letter from your doctor/therapist stating you have a disability and explaining how your pet is needed to help you cope with this disability and/or improves its symptoms . If your landlord refuses to accommodate Landlords must agree to a reasonable accommodation request if the disability claim is true and if the request does not create a hardship on the landlord or other tenants. If your request for a reasonable accommodation is denied by the landlord, you have the right to request that a government agency investigate your claim that the landlord is discriminating against you. You have several options for filing a complaint:You can file a discrimination complaint electronically with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Information about the process is located on this HUD webpage. You can print and complete the HUD Discrimination Form and mail it to the appropriate HUD office. Many states have a government agency that investigates discrimination claims. You can also file a complaint directly with your state’s agency. Service and assistance animals are not technically pets and owners do not have to pay pet fees.
I have asked for my driveway to be fixed every yr since i moved in here, Many of their rules are not even legal ! and some are not even allowed to be in their guide lines! Can't even wash your cars ! they won't even trim trees that they put in on your lot that you even asked not to be put in !! even trying to tell you what has to be fixed inside your own home !! it is just a complete Controlling place !!! They also don't even follow their own rules saying no one can rent or lease their home but yet they rent and lease the homes in here they own !! and lie about it even thought they have many ad's in papers just over all the worse place I have ever lived , and that is why I will be moving my home out !!
Great community to live in.
we just moved in here and Brenda goes out of her way to make u feel welcome and beyond her call of duty.they really try to help u out.she does more than any manager would ever do any where else and they r doing a great job cleaning up the park.i am very proud to say I live here.they also work with u on buying a home.
I'm thinking of moving to the area and I called and talked to the manager here and she was so helpful. She gave me all the information on the area that I needed and I feel went above her job to make me feel comfortable with my move. Thank you so much!! I will recommend you to friends.
Twin Meadows Mobile Home Park is a quiet and friendly community that offers low monthly home payments towards the purchase of your own home. The staff is very helpful and work very diligently at building a positive community. You can see a lot of heart and soul with the residents. The school district is highly desirable. Close to such amentities such as Baker Community College, Krogers, Mott Community College, Hurley Hospital, and the Genesee Valley Mall.