Main Street Station Apartments
Prospective Resident · 2010
My husband and I filled an application to rent there, which included a credit check for the both us. As far as my husband and I knew, we had pretty good credit but were sent a letter of refusal to live there citing that my husband had a poor credit history. We were baffled, I had long wanted to live there at Main Street Station. Next week we applied to live at another apartment complex that I have to say are much nicer than these with great amenities for a just a 75 dollars more for rent. The next day we had a call from the apartment complex we were applying to, saying that there was indeed a problem with my husband credit because under his social security number, there was a date of birth that was not his, lo and behold we figured out that someone had used my husband identity. Even though this was a problem, the management at these new apartments were very nice and helped us get down to the bottom of the problem, they still approved us since it was not our fault! If Main Street Station could have spent a little more time and effort in helping out their prospective tenants in figuring out any anomalies in their credit and from what I have heard; better management, they could get more positive reviews.