I helped my daughter move into her Mill Point apartment. I have owned several homes in 3 different states and here are a few things I noticed from my viewpoint:
1. Rules are established for a reason. Parking is limited so follow the pass rules; post the pass as directed so the tow driver can see it hangingâhe checks to see if the pass matches the parking stall number.
2. Melanie, at the leasing office, is very friendly and helpful. She will answer your questions and do all she can to help you.
3. Pet owners are generally responsible and cordial people. If you hear incessant barking, they would appreciate a positive note on their door since their pet is experiencing separation anxiety. The leasing office staff canât leave their desk and post a note for you; be more neighborly and helpful to those who live in the same building as you.
4. Also, most newer apartment complexes do not allow the handing of âstuffâ from the balcony and all over your front door; it looks sloppy, tacky, and drives responsible and perspective tenants away. If you arenât fined for it by Mill Point, consider yourself lucky.
5. Expect standard appliances and take care of them. If you want stainless steel, buy your own condo or expect to rent in a higher price category.
6. The perimeter of the property that Mill Point stands is kept neat and clean as was the move in condition of the apartment I moved my daughter into. Kudos to the staff!
09 Jun, 21