The enclave or knox manor apartments

The enclave or knox manor apartments

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Bowling Green, KY

#1 Jun 23, 2012
Any opinions about these apartments
Know someone N Enclave

New Albany, IN

#2 Jun 23, 2012
Everytime your lease is up they increase ur rent. They can't keep anyone in those apartments. Pool is disgusting looks blue only because they painted the walls blue.
Chad Wilson

Columbus, OH

#4 Dec 13, 2012
I am, Chad Wilson, Community Manager of The Enclave. I would like to address the previous statements. The Enclave is a quaint little community on Fairview Avenue. We are professionaly managed and staffed. As for the lease increases , yes , we do have to look at our rent structure, just like any other apartment community and adjust it accordingly. I don't know anything thing that stay the same price. Do you? As for our pool. Our pool went thru a major renovation about 2 years ago. It is beautiful and well maintained and the highlight for many of our residents. I ask that before you take undocumented statements as the truth, without another motive, that you come and see for yourself! The Enclave is a "Great Place to Call Home!

Chad Wilson
www.myenclaveapthome.com
Experience

United States

#5 Dec 13, 2012
Knox Manor is alot nicer, rent doesn't go up either. Alot of junkies live at enclave take a drive thru and make ur own judgement
Uh Oh

New York, NY

#6 Dec 13, 2012
Not a personal stab at anyone but I looked at an apartment there summer before last and was not impressed. Great location but unless they did something to clean the units up no thanks.
kerri

Hillview, KY

#8 Dec 13, 2012
I'm a leasing agent for another apartment complex and our rent rarely goes up, and if it does its never more than a few dollars a year. I know a leasing agent for Chandler and he said the same thing. Rent shouldn't go up hardly at all, if at all. That is not legit. Sounds like they are trying to rob people like Insight or Progressive
and what

United States

#9 Dec 13, 2012
kerri wrote:
I'm a leasing agent for another apartment complex and our rent rarely goes up, and if it does its never more than a few dollars a year. I know a leasing agent for Chandler and he said the same thing. Rent shouldn't go up hardly at all, if at all. That is not legit. Sounds like they are trying to rob people like Insight or Progressive
I'm looking for a place, where is your complex located?
Learn from my experience

New Albany, IN

#10 Dec 13, 2012
When I lived at the enclave my electric bill was running over $200 in the summer for a small apt. The air ran non stop and never would reach the temp I set it at, it remained about 85 degrees in my apt & was miserable..I could not get relief in the summer. The unit was checked and I was told there was nothing that could be done. Also, I lived there for years, ALWAYS paid my rent on time, only one time did I ever need a few extra days to get my rent money because of a matter that was out of my control with work..i had already lived there 2 years when this issue occurred and went to the office to talk with them, pretty sure that they would be understanding since they knew I was a great tenant that always paid on time. I was upset when Robin told me I would have pay the crazy expensive late fee and there wasn't anything she could do to help me. I was even more appalled when, after I told them I would be paying on a specific date, they stuck an embarrassing late notice on my door for all to see..as if I wasn't already feeling ashamed enough. I was just shocked at how I was being treated. That experience truly changed my whole opinion of the "great place to call home" and I went on a search for a better place to call home. Other than that one experience, I was happy with the other staff members. But I must say I am much happier living where I am now. It's a nice quiet area with air conditioning that works.
Research before you rent

Louisville, KY

#11 Dec 14, 2012
Enclave- I know for a fact they raise your rent every time the lease is up $15-30 per month. Definatly not a place to call home. You would think they would want to keep the good people in there that pay their rent on time but they are deemed to take and take and that is one of the reasons no one stays they don't tell you when you first sign your lease we are gonna raise your rent each time. Heck you can rent a house cheaper than the small apartments there. Drive through there it's a dump with MANY empty apartments.
Homie NO

Louisville, KY

#12 Dec 14, 2012
Chad Wilson wrote:
I am, Chad Wilson, Community Manager of The Enclave. I would like to address the previous statements. The Enclave is a quaint little community on Fairview Avenue. We are professionaly managed and staffed. As for the lease increases , yes , we do have to look at our rent structure, just like any other apartment community and adjust it accordingly. I don't know anything thing that stay the same price. Do you? As for our pool. Our pool went thru a major renovation about 2 years ago. It is beautiful and well maintained and the highlight for many of our residents. I ask that before you take undocumented statements as the truth, without another motive, that you come and see for yourself! The Enclave is a "Great Place to Call Home!
Chad Wilson

ww.myenclaveapthome.com
I have lived in several places in my lifetime and have never ever had a rent increase just cause the lease was up. Seems the only reason to do that would be cause you know majority of the people who live there would be struggling to move to find something better and hell why not just stick them with paying extra money.
seriously...

North Ridgeville, OH

#13 Dec 14, 2012
Also, while I understand that renters insurance is a good thing, how can you REQUIRE it? Most of us that were living at the enclave at the time were struggling to even pay our rent and ridiculous electric bills, but then you want to require that everyone has $100,000 worth of renters insurance? That makes no sense...
Knox Manor

Canton, OH

#14 Dec 14, 2012
I live in the Knox Manor apartments and I like it. It's peaceful and quiet. The landlord always cleans the hallways and tries to keep everything clean. The rent is a nice number and my electricity bill never is more than 45 dollars, even with 2 ppl living here. It's a nice place to live!
Aptlooker

North Ridgeville, OH

#15 Jan 6, 2013
Knox Manor wrote:
I live in the Knox Manor apartments and I like it. It's peaceful and quiet. The landlord always cleans the hallways and tries to keep everything clean. The rent is a nice number and my electricity bill never is more than 45 dollars, even with 2 ppl living here. It's a nice place to live!
What is their phone number at knox manor? And do they have apts open often?
Fairview

New Albany, IN

#16 Jan 6, 2013
Enclave has some seedy drive thru trafiic as people cut across from riverwood to fairview. Twenty-five years ago those apartments were starting to get sketchy.
Wouldn't live there again

Brandenburg, KY

#17 Jan 6, 2013
Aptlooker wrote:
<quoted text>What is their phone number at knox manor? And do they have apts open often?
I lived in Knox manor for 2 years and it is not that great. In those two years they never opened the pool. My electric got to $300 in the winter because the building was so old and wouldn't hold the heat. Had the landlord come into my apartment without permission. Apartment didn't have a deadbolt and i was still waiting for one when i moved out. In the end he made up some bullshit so he could keep my security deposit. He did the same shit to the people who lived next door to me. The only good thing I can say about the landlord is that when something broke, IF I was lucky enough to get ahold of him, he did come out and fix it fast.. But good luck catching him in the office.
Bob

Bowling Green, KY

#18 Jan 14, 2013
Heard several stories of shady residents at the Enclave. I knew someone who lived there and they said the apartment was definitely not worth the rental price. He said it was run down. Never heard anything bad about Knox Manor. Knox is in a nice neighborhood. The buildings look older, but good neighborhood. As far as rent going up, the last apartment I lived in the rent never went up for the many years I lived there. The optional cable package that was available went up once but not the rent. Rent does not necessarily go up year to year.
Enclave Is a JOKE

Georgetown, IN

#19 Jan 15, 2013
I lived there for about 6 months. The rent is to expensive for the shit hole apartments. The 'management' team are rude and useless. They don't fix any problems in the units and overcharge for anything they can. I would recommend anywhere else but that place!
Chad Wilson

Columbus, OH

#21 Feb 19, 2013
Again... See for yourself why so many chose to call The Enclave home. Professional and courteous service is what you can and will expect to receive at our community. Nice apartments and a friendly staff that will go above and beyond to assist you. Come on in and see our newly renovated apartments!
www.myenclaveapthome.com

Thanks
Chad Wilson
Chad Wilson

Columbus, OH

#22 Feb 19, 2013
[QUOTE who="seriously..."]A lso, while I understand that renters insurance is a good thing, how can you REQUIRE it? Most of us that were living at the enclave at the time were struggling to even pay our rent and ridiculous electric bills, but then you want to require that everyone has $100,000 worth of renters insurance? That makes no sense...[/QUOTE]

Although some people will disagree renters insurance is a definate plus for the resident. We have a car..we insure it.. we have a life..we insure it.. you have a home..you insure it. So..why wouldnt you want to insure your apartment home and belongings? Do you realize that if you accidentally burn your apartmentand or building down you can be held liable. Who has that kind of money? It would ruin a person or family. Renters insurance is just another way of protecting yourself, your family, and your belongings.

Chad Wilson
The Enclave
Jorge

Canton, OH

#24 Feb 22, 2013
-Knox Manor-
I lived there from 2010-2012. The rent was ok for the unit however like the previous comments, the apartments were so old that my utility bills reached nearly $100 or more for a one bed room units. Now the land lord, yes, good luck finding him or even answering his phone. I had a huge problem with the air conditioning unit not blowing out cold air in the summer and heat in the winter. I mentioned to this to him several times and he had done nothing. And add insult to injury, he held out on my deposit b/c of a broken refrigerator handle that was already cracked in the first place. Not too long ago I ran into some former tenants who use to live there and he took their deposit as well. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.

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