State Flats Apartments
Resident • 2005 Not Recommended
I leased at Shalamar Apartments at last minute, and it looked pretty good at first. Spacious, good location, access to the I-35. Only thing was, when I moved in, the refridgerator was broken. It was on a friday when we moved in. As soon as I and my father realized that, we called the mangement office. They said they would send in maintence. I waited three days, and finally I called them, and complained about the broken refridgerator. They finally sent maintence promptly, and they replaced my fridge.<br><br>I thought that would be the end of it, but nope. Whenever I had problems, they were not in the office. They were always 'out to lunch' (even at 9 in the morning!) and never was around. When I did finally catch ahold of them, we worked out the problems. I thought everything was okay, then mangement suddenly changed. I left them a notice of moving out when my lease expired in November, and my lease expired January. I double-checked withthe office to see if they had gotten it, they confirmed (verbally). Then all of a sudden, I got a eviction notice for nonpayment of rent, when I had already told them that I did indeed pay my rent in full back when my lease started. After working this out (somehow I managed to get them in the office after 15 tries about the eviction notice), I moved out in January. I heard nothing from them afer the checkout procedure.<br><br>Imagine my suprise when I got a bill from a collection agency saying I owed them 400 in July. I'm still dealing with them to this day. Do NOT rent from Shalamar unless you want to get screwed over.
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