The apartment-nice, which is the only reason I am giving it 2 stars.The A/C-functional in all but the master bedroom and landlord refused to fix it (I was pregnant in the middle of the summer when the temperature is high 90s and into the 100s.The management-hostile and unprofessional. We did not contact the management for much beyond the A/C issue. So when we were moving out due to job relocation, I was surprised to find such blatant disrespect. I turned in my notice and was scolded for wanting to do an inspection before we turned over the keys. An initial inspection is standard to let us know what more we need to do to get our full deposit refund. When they finally did the initial inspection, we had to ask for a written list of itemsto do or that would be deducted from our deposit. The list begrudgingly contained things like clean all the bathrooms, clean the kitchen, sweep the garage, etc...Super helpful. Also when the deposit refund is sent, it is supposed to be itemized by labor and materials used. If an outside company did the work, then we are supposed to get copies of receipts. We even made the specific request to get those receipts. But we did not receive that. Also, when we did get our refund, there was $500 of our deposit that was not accounted for. I had to call and ask why we didn't get it. In the end, it was returned and blamed on an accounting error. Well, if I wasn't as vigilant, I'm sure they would have been happy to keep it when they did figure it out (okay that last part is speculation).I would recommend that the management read the information on the link below.http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/sec-deposit.shtmlFor a bit of background, my husband has managed rental properties for several years and I got pulled into the business for a few years as well. We moved to Turlock to finish my residency which was only 2 years so we decided to rent.