I was very disappointed with this company maybe they are good for some others but I will not be back
This community is nice and clean but the cost is very expensive to be a mobile home and the gas is also very expensive and has a large problem of Parking space the has a contract with a company called Guillermo blanco towing that takes the cars even if it is well parked That because they are not visitors is dumb the for a house that only want them to have 2 cars in each home should make the parking lot bigger and let the residents park in the parking without restrictions
Christy Wilkey is a dynamic and energetic real estate agent who exhibits the highest degree of expertise and professionalism. Whether you are buying or selling a home Christy will do an excellent job for you.
Great place,loved the food lots of food for the money, alot of choices to pick from, cold beer, staff excellent, the service is top notch very clean and always a fun time.
Awesome little bar! Super cool location, great people, great environment, great food! Cant wait to go back!
We would highly recommend Mike Ulrich as your realtor. He knew the market, helped us through each step of the process, was always friendly, and made himself available to us when we needed him. He made buying --a potentially stressful situation-- into a fun experience.
The staff is friendly and professional. They really looked out for my wife and tended to her wound dressings and treated her like a member of the family. The lady in charge of the place, I believe her name was Jasmine went above and beyond when my wife had problems with her wound vacuum. Now my wife is back on her feet again enjoying life. Thank you Avalon for being so kind to us and being there in our time of need.
You know that feeling when you expect something to be bad, then when it actually happens it's not nearly as bad as you imagined - that's not this review of Perry Homes, it was worse! I've never built a home before, so maybe this is normal, but my experience with Perry Homes Utah (Murray Office) has been quite disappointing. Things to look out for:1. Sales agents are terribly disorganized, they're still faxing and handwriting addendums that look like MD scripts (check out Docusign people, it's 2015). Very difficult to resolve disputes when only handwriting experts can read the start sheet.2. Once they have your earnest money, all bets are off. Agent promised a 6 week close; hope you like staying in hotels because that's where you'll be staying for a month after the 6 week mark.3. If you want upgrades (other than appliances), you have to pay the sub-contractor direct, in cash with no written warranties and no resolution assistance via Perry Homes (cabinets, electrical, landscaping). A ceiling fan went missing and we were told "this is why we encourage our buyers not to upgrade, we can't be liable for loss of property". What??? I'm supposed to sit around and wait for all my stuff to get installed?4. If you like to look at piles of garbage, Perry Homes is your builder. They use the vacant adjacent lots to stage the building process. 10 feet from the property line site a pile of trash, boards, beer bottles, and concrete globs. When I asked the agent at the model home if it's normal for them to leave trash behind, she said she would have them clean it up. A month later, I emailed the Homeowner Protection Department, which forwarded by request to the Foreman who replied "it's not his lot, he shouldn't worry about it". Where is Mrs. Perry in all of this, these people need a mother to paddle their butts.5. Once you close get ready to get your "nag" on. 8 weeks after close, multiple punch list items are still unresolved.So, how likely would I be to refer a friend or family member to Perry Homes - not likely at all.PS, home quality is actually not bad, goes to show that it's the people that make all the difference.
Awesome food, awesome staff.
I was a short-term post-surgical patient in 2009. The orthopedic rehab (my knee) was almost non existent; I had to beg for the correct therapy, or do it on my own in the middle of the night. They put a mentally-disturbed, foreign post-op in with me, who threatened me, and acted out inappropriately, with no family intervention. They finally changed me to a different room, but only after I was pushed at 2am.A few good staff, but mostly inconsistent. Not allowed to bathe when I needed to. A week after discharge (my insurance cut them off), I was admitted to UCU with MRSA in my arm. Their official response was it was my fault for using guard rails in hallways (no walker provided). I saw other patients treated in ways I wondered about, but I was injured, so didn't think to mention; wish I had. I have PTSD, and will not allow myself to be in another care facility.