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5833 American PkwyMadison, WI 53718
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This place has very poor management. They will raise your rent every time you resign your lease even if you are a perfect tenant. If your appliances break they replace them with another one that is in just as poor condition. They will take your deposit and try to charge you for "deep cleaning" and repair to damage that was there when you moved in. Rent is over priced for what they offer. I recommend finding other places to rent. The new management knows nothing of the building they took over. They are to narrow minded to even look at the buildings and see the things that were already done before they took over. Took our $300 deposit and then sent me a bill for even more for things that were already in the townhouse before we moved in. They are con artists and have no idea how to run a business.
Not a good place for kids! Black mold in bathroom told them and they just painted over it! Windows are junk so heat bill was high!!! The shirt time I lived there there was a drug bust and an someone had an overdose in there car! All the smells travel threw the complex, so it always smells like weed and cigarette smoke!! Landlord told is we could have cats when we went to put them on lease they did not have qualifications, so they wanted 2,400$ for deposit not counting the deposit we already had paid. Has fire doors but not fire jams. If they can get the fire marshal to over look that, who knows what other codes there violating. When my brother went to get his place the apartment they had showed him he wanted but could not get because someone had been avicted and there was still a few months more on his lease, and they wanted to run out the lease before they re rented the apartment! Hope this helps you!
While these are older apartments, they are very well kept and the yards are kept like a park. I've lived here for 3 1/2 years and can't say enough good about the place and the people in the office. Check it out!
I just moved out of Silver Lake on August 31 after living there for 2 years. I only moved out because I am moving to South Dakota. I really liked my apartment and met some really good friends while living there. My apartment was in great condition when I moved in and I have already gotten my security deposit back in full. The folks who work for Regency were always great. If you need a place in Portage...Silver Lake is the place to be!
Management asked me to write a review of my experience here at Silver Lake...it's been great! I've lived here for 5 years (2 in one apartment, 3 in another) and have been very pleased with the response of management whenever I needed something. Over time I've seen a couple of lousy people come and go but for the most part the neighbors have been very good. I really like the huge lawns and trees and my apartment is the best I've ever had. I highly recommend taking a look here before you rent elsewhere.
Never rent from this place new lease is crap and you need a lawyer to look over it because it is 12 pages and full of technical stuff. One lawyer told my neighbor not to sign and look for a new place. They also take your whole security deposit no matter what and are a pain to deal with to fight the charges. DO NOT RENT THERE!!!