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Towne Oaks North Apartments



Resident · 2015 - 2016
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We are trying to vacate the apartment because of flooding issues when it rains, termites and their damage, and waterbugs that come up in the tubs daily. But the "lovely" manager has informed us that it is her legal obligation to inforce the 60 day "notice to vacate" policy in the contract. We have at least 5 complaints on their system about these issues and I know that more were not logged because they were worked under "routine service" calls. The inforcement of the policy she says will result in either, at my choice, a buy out of the contract of $1000 & fees, or pay the rest of the lease as if we were still there including electricity and rental insurance.(That's over $900/month). Or as she so elegantly put it, she will show all signed tennants as "skipped the lease". I haven't decided what the outcome will be yet. But I know it won't be pretty. The management in the last few months, since August has seen some of their staff turn over. I wonder why. Their maintenance staff is a joke. As I can tell you because just today they made a feable attempt to clean out the french drains that have been plugged and contributing to the multiple floods experienced. I have the pictures to prove it too. I hesitate to post this right now because we haven't vacated yet for fear that we still have to live there. But you know what......I think it will work out. Future tennants be wary. Read those contracts. 60 Day Move Out Notice. WHO DOES THAT.....
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