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The 2017 trends are a mix of new and retro, tech-enabled and totally basic.
It’s time to bring long sleeves and long pants out of storage, prep your home and car, and contact the cool weather home/yard contractors.
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I'll be honest: I am both the manager here AND a resident of Devling Place, so let me give an honest review from both sides.As a resident: I live in a townhome (a middle unit) that is 3 stories with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. What I like about it is that the master bedroom is REALLY big with a great walk in closet. The dining room is separate from the living room and there's a good amount of natural light. I also love that the basement has high ceilings and is usable space instead of being scary and wasted. My favorite thing, however, is that my utilities are low. I have a family of 4 and we use all 3 levels regularly. I know for a fact that you can be conservative and save money.What I don't like about it is that the master bedroom has a shared bath. It's usually not a problem, but sometimes I'm a counter-top hog with my makeup and I don't want to have to pick it up. That's more me being lazy than anything. The other downside is that the majority of the townhomes don't have fenced yards so I have to walk my dog on a leash. Again, it's just me being lazy, but it's still a preference. I also wished that the two smaller bedrooms were just a tiny bit bigger, or at least 1 of them. These two smaller rooms are not meant for bulky furniture, so store that queen sleigh bed and just use a frame and simple headboard.As the manager: I'm blown away by how much of a community this place is. I got calls all winter long from one resident or another saying how awesome their neighbors were for scraping snow/ice off of their car. Or how they watch out for your home when you are out of town. For my resident's sake, I wish I had more amenities for them. Right now we have a new courtyard going in, but we don't have a fitness center or playground. Our community is just a little too small for those.I can also say that I'm pleased with how quiet our community stays. Our apartments don't share walls with anyone, so there's no side-to-side noise. I also like that our community has big dogs. I think they get a bad rap allot of times, and I'm pleased to be a part of a place that sees past that.Overall, I am very happy here. I, as a resident, feel safe here. As the landlord, I can't comment. I love knowing the people next to me by name and I love that I always have a good place to park.If you have more questions, call me, or better yet, TEXT ME! I run the office alone, so phone calls are sometimes hard to return if I am really busy.Thanks for stopping by :)
I don't know what happened with the other review but our experience was just the opposite. We selected Homoly to build our house because we knew they built quality homes. They helped us through the design process all the way to handing us the keys to our great house. They gave us an accurate completion estimate and came in ahead of schedule. After seeing our old house settle and having to deal with the cracks in the walls it was great to know how they over engineer the footings and foundation. The house is rock solid. During the framing stage we had a friend of the family who had construction experience walk through and his comment was it was one of the best framing jobs he had ever seen. About this time we sat down with his estimator Chad. Chad was incredibly helpful providing us ideas and showing us how they worked within our budget. The site supervisor, Justin, was amazing. Proactive, professional and maintained a calm when trying to coordinate all the moving parts. When the plans from the architect fell short on design for the front porch he provided the answer that brought it all together. Homoly was there at each stage of construction holding our hand and giving us the help we needed to build hopefully our last home. One of the areas where we were pleasantly surprised was the follow up after we moved in. In previous homes we built, the builder promised to follow up and we never saw them. Although the issues were minor, the Homoly crew came out and addressed the items quickly and to our satisfaction. We plan on this house being our last home but if we were to build again it would be Homoly.
The management and owners of Clear View Apartments strive to provide best in class customer service and homes for our residents. Clear View is in the process of going through many visible changes with the intent of improving the community for our residents. Some projects have already begun, such as improved landscaping, concrete, and parking lot repairs. Additional future projects include energy efficient improvements and interior upgrading.Management is committed to doing whatever it takes to provide a safe community for our residents and guests and has taken steps to accomplish this including working closely with police, as well as looking into the most effective security options to deter crime from taking place within our community. Management is also working with central patrol officers to be certified as a Crime Free Multi-family Housing Community. We intend to have certification completed by the end of the summer. We take pride in our property, our services, and strive to exceed our residents’ expectations each and every day.
These are nice apartments. They are close to all the best parts of Kansas City. I love the contrast of the black doors and cabinets. They do not have microwaves like some of the ads say and the window unit ac is not shown in the pictures. The hardware in the bathroom is not very expensive but because this building was purchased by the current owners only a year ago and then renovated everything in the apartment is brand new. Apartments like this go for twice as much if they are in a trendy area like Westport, Downtown, Plaza, and such, but if you live here you can get a nice affordable apartment and still get to all of those places in just minutes. You can get your groceries from the 24/7 Westport Sunfresh and have lunch at near by Jericho or great beer and wurst at Haus.
We've lived here going on 8 years and while yes some of the bad reviews was true it has gotten ALOT better. They are making sure to come and fixes things that the old landlords never bothered too and have been fixing up the neighborhood nicely. I love the huge deck we have on the back and the basement is pretty big so it can be used for a storage area and still have room for a pool table, laundry area and tv sitting area. Plus it's nice to have somewhere safe to go during the bad weather. I do wish the rooms were bigger but they aren't too bad. I think people just need to come and see the change for themselves cause it really has gotten better.
They have been through so many different managements. This year Canyon View Properties came in and so many upgrades and changes have been made. The women in the office are very honest and friendly people to talk to. The outside office staff are pretty diligent about fixing things and keeping the property looking decent. Pest Control has been reinforced to the full degree. Clean people don't have to worry about bugs here. Security rides by every so often to check up on any suspicious activity during the evening. I'm looking forward to the new management and new apartments!
On our second lease not so bad but the maintenance can do a whole lot better. Our garbage disposal constantly shuts down mind you we don't ever use it but just a few times. A great lady works in the office is great and works with us if we ever need anything however we called for emergency maintenance nobody has yet to call us back. Don't see any spiders a lot of crickets but since it's gotten colder we don't see any. I don't like the rotting tree that's right outside our window already had some big branches fall off afraid to park there.
Agents are Ok they just seem to change a lot, 3 in 2 years. The person who complains the most get their will put on everyone else. Don't believe a thing anybody will say and if they do get it writing. The maintenance guy is great,,,,,way way over priced fro what you get. stay way from the north west units they have boot camp next door late evening and way early in the morning............great salesmen but the product is not. it is all about corporate they are the problem.
Dis functional management was told items that were going to be fixed upon move in have not been fixed have reminded them several times. We're going on 5 months now and items still aren't fixed. They have their hours clearly posted about pool and gym 10-10pm but amazingly the work out facility is always closed past 8:30 pm guess their facility monitor just closes it when they seem fit to them. Won't be renewing lease and I wouldn't suggest renting from them either.
Just signed my lease today which makes it three years I've lived out here. The Links have and continues to grow leaps and bounds in quality and upping their classy game. There are new plans to redo the pool and hallway too, which excites me. Once they finish those two projects in the next year these apartments will be some of the best around the Parkville area and beyond. I finally feel safe and have a quality apartment to call home.