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The Settlement

210 Amberwood South

Kyle, TX 78640



Resident · 2011 - 2017
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I have lived at The Settlement since the 2nd week it opened and am now going into my 7th year of leasing. I have seen every management staff since the beginning, from the leasing company that administered the apartments initially, through the current owner. I feel I have the longevity of living here to respond to the negative reviews that have been left on this site. When living at an apartment complex there are always issues. The Settlement has over 350 units and probably some 800 or more residents. Every renter in every apartment complex in American, signs a lease. This is standard procedure. With a lease comes a responsibility. A few bad renters don't want to abide by this nor adhere to the rules. There are always a few that want to try to beat the system. I have seen it all. Renters that have no regards for others who continuously want to party all night (until 3 AM) to those that sign a lease indicating they will be the only person in the apartment and others in. Renters that say they have no pets to avoid the pet fee and then sneak in one or more. Or those that get caught distributing drugs (marijuana). The list goes on. This is no different than in any other complex in the area. Is this the fault of the Apartment Manager? No. Any of the 4 or 5 office staffs at The Settlement over the years, have been more than fair. Noisy renters are usually given two warnings. A third complaint comes with eviction. I have seen many of these and with good reason. Every apartment complex wants its occupancy rate at the highest possible level. Evicting somebody for no cause, as indicated by the few bad reviews, is nonsense. People that are evicted for a violation go immediately to the Internet to complain about Management. Complaining about the Manager and Staff makes them feel good. We have all seen this tactic before. Remember, Apartment Managers do NOT make the rules. They only enforce them. This is their job at the behest of the OWNER(s). I encourage everyone to "read" their lease before moving in. If you do not like the rules and conditions and don't want to abide by then, then perhaps you need to live some other place.
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