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these people are slum lords,they will not fix anything and then when you move out they steal your security deposit and say that every thing in the house is broken,beware
1. The first drawback is that the actual complex was built in a swamp and there are bugs crawling every place outside and they make it inside your appartment and on you when you are walking to and from your car, specifically at night. I could look out at night at the lights in the parking lot and it looked like it was raining really bad but it was actually the bugs. I could live with the bugs but I wish I knew how bad they were. 2. Regatta Shores management is all about money and they will charge you as much as they can for anything they can get from you.2.A. Water/Sewer bill is independant of the rent. I was in the unit about 5 days a month for several months and I was still charged $30 to 40 dollars per month. 2.B. Deposit - Do not expect to get it back!!! They will ask you to pay for an expedited cleaning service - If you do not take it they will charge you for everything they canget to get that deposit money. 3. Garbage - $25 per month
I Love Stratford point the staff is awesome, caring, kind. They always got something going on for the tenants. And the maintance is super they always on time caring for your house.
I need help finding the corporate office number u have never just donated $150 to a bunch of thieves I was never told about that after 48 hours I don't get that money back and now they are telling me this please help
We are very disappointed in this company. They refused to get rid of the rodant problem.
I lived here for 1 and a half years because it's what I could afford at the time. I moved out in 10/2012 due to health issues caused by the apartment and not getting anything properly fixed. There is black mold growing in the ac vents which I took a home test and showed them (petri dishes) Their answer was that Mold is in Florida, deal with it. Then I started actually getting floods. First from a window leak (twice same window) then from my hot water heater breaking, then a broken water pipe UNDER my bedroom (3 times!) Yes I finally broke my lease with their permission (paper signed) because the apartment was no longer livable. I found out during the time of living there that the underground leak had happened before I moved in as well. That explains the mold in the vents. All the times I kept going in the office showing them how sick I was getting from the apartment they treated me like the crazy lady next door and would sush me with a maintenance order. I tried to get people to come look at the place. Everyone wanted lots of money, so my hands were tied. Just be glad they let me move out. Well here it is almost a year later and I still have immune issues and allergies to include food (FOREVER)Yes, can be triggered by Mold. and I am unable to rent anywhere else. You know why? Because they say I owe them $801.00 in damages and it's on my credit report. No I did not trash the place. I just didn't clean, replace blinds, stove burner wells and their flooded carpet. There is more to this, like ac freezing up and causing my electric bill to reach well over 100 for an 867 sq ft place, but those were my biggest complaints. I cannot believe how much of an impact a S#*Thole place like this has been on my life! I thought it was just a stepping stone. It was quicksand!
These apartments are TERRIBLE, management is constantly quitting, water is turned off every week due to pipe issues. no playground and no updating of the apartments, i asked for a new rug after 5 years of residence and was rudely denied. DO NOT WASTE Y0UR MONEY