Rated 1 out of 5?by 1
Rated 1 out of 5?by anita Just Aweful!!!!!!!!!!
I appreciate the fact that you took the time to address some of the comments on my post. It proves for one, there have been problems with the water account. Some residents were charged as much as $30.00 on their accounts, and I know of one resident who never knew that he was being overcharged. From the beginning to the end of my tenancy when the billing error occurred, there was definitely not a notice sent to me letting me know of the error. Months after the error, I was still not notified, and have not been notified after clearing my account. Second of all, a tenant posted that you were gracious enough to let him park a truck fill of band equipment. Thanks again for your comments because like you, I thought he previous poster was not being very honest when he stated he came and spoke with management and they had no problem letting him park his truck full of equipment on the premises. It did not make any sense because everyone there who parks their vehicle is supposed to have a parking decal or their cars would be towed. I have witnessed the towing company in one night tow three cars off the property for this reason. As far as affordability, that is questionable depending on who you are talking to. If you are a UNC student, who your apartment seems to target by looking at the signs, it can be affordable. If you are not a UNC student, Estes Park like all apartments in Chapel Hill and Carrboro can be overly expensive. My neighbor was paying near $600.00 for her appointment and left because she could not afford to maintain the payments, the $10.00 trash fee, the high water bills (her statement not mine), and unpleasant management/staff. Again, I tell anyone that if they want to find out about the place, take a look at it for themselves and talk to people who live there. Most of the tenants will freely tell you the good, bad, and the very ugly. I would never trust management to say the downside of living in an apartment that they are managing. That is like asking a store owner to tell you what he does not like about his store. The fact that all of the new employees have been promoted and the manager and sales agent is still there says a lot. Again, you proved my point that office personnel at Estes Park come and go like a revolving door. I personally know of one young lady who was "promoted" because she constantly kept getting people's payments wrong. I know because she got my rent payments wrong and was told by the blonde haired young lady that was a constant problem with her. Shortly after that, she was "promoted". I write what I know and not what I have heard. Most students at UNC are not beating down Estes Park Apartments because it is a source of conversation at school that other apartments in the area provide better service for your money.
August 15, 2013