Anneewakee Trails?????
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Ben Taylor

Atlanta, GA

#104 Apr 22, 2012
My wife and I have lived here since 2009. We have nothing but good things to say about this community. The new school is adding a grade a year. The HOA here is really doing a great job now. There are lots of young families. Honestly, this place is finally becoming the community it was intended to be. From what I can tell, the Annewakee Falls side of the neighborhood seems to be more established--i.e., less rental/transient. Things are moving in the right direction at the very least. It would be nice if the housing market would turn around, but there's nothing this community specifically can do about that!
highroad_lowroad

Marietta, GA

#105 May 7, 2012
Given the recent news regarding breakin's/thiefs in Anneewakee Trails and Falls March and April of this year, has anyone that lives in Anne.Trails noticed a change or is it still the same. Hoping for an obvious change.

Since: May 12

Marietta, GA

#106 May 7, 2012
It's been 3 yrs since the last post here. Can someone that lives in Anneewakee Trails tell me about the neighborhood?
Zoeyboo

Austell, GA

#107 May 8, 2012
It appears that they caught the thugs breaking in to the houses. I think they have arrested three people. I love it there...Have been there 9 years never have any issues. I also own a piece of rental property there and the tenant seems very pleased. It also depends on what part you live in.
Falls side resident

Charleston, SC

#108 May 24, 2012
DCresident wrote:
I wanted to add that David Weekly homes and Homelife communities(atreyus homes now or something similar) have numerous section 8 rentals all throughout the development, because they have several little subdivisions within the community. I do not believe any of the Robinson & sons homes are section 8 rentals.
I see them for rent online all of the time, and they do say that they accept section 8 vouchers.
Now I will say that PSA(property services Atlanta) has a lot of rentals in there as well, and if I am not mistaken they do not accept section 8. They also run credit checks and are pretty strict on who they rent to
Just for your information...David Weekley Homes does not rent properties! You might see David Weekley rentals but the builders are not in control of what homeowners do with their home after its sold to them. I have lived here for seven years and have had not had any problems. My neighbors are great and they do what any neighborhood should do....take care of each other.
I do agree that the lower price point areas tend to have more drama than most other areas, but most crime is not people steeling within their own neighborhood.
If you want to talk about something, talk about the people that complain about the look of the neighborhood, lack of security ect.. and they dont pay their HOA dues! I guess in their previous neighborhood the funds for all that they wanted fell from the sky or grew on trees.
Stoppedby

Dallas, GA

#109 May 24, 2012
Falls side resident wrote:
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Just for your information...David Weekley Homes does not rent properties! You might see David Weekley rentals but the builders are not in control of what homeowners do with their home after its sold to them. I have lived here for seven years and have had not had any problems. My neighbors are great and they do what any neighborhood should do....take care of each other.
I do agree that the lower price point areas tend to have more drama than most other areas, but most crime is not people steeling within their own neighborhood.
If you want to talk about something, talk about the people that complain about the look of the neighborhood, lack of security ect.. and they dont pay their HOA dues! I guess in their previous neighborhood the funds for all that they wanted fell from the sky or grew on trees.
I guess you didn't see the police reports or the news story about all the break ins early in May.
pop

Loganville, GA

#110 May 24, 2012
There's not nearly as much trouble since most of the thugs left. Those burglaries were all done by 3 kids in the neighborhood. Same thing can happen in any other subdivision.

Yes, it was tough in the beginning, but, many people in the area helped the Sheriff's Office make a good start on getting it back in good shape.

Since: Nov 10

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#111 May 24, 2012
pop wrote:
There's not nearly as much trouble since most of the thugs left. Those burglaries were all done by 3 kids in the neighborhood. Same thing can happen in any other subdivision.
Yes, it was tough in the beginning, but, many people in the area helped the Sheriff's Office make a good start on getting it back in good shape.
I've been trying to tell them the same thing for a long time. Most of the people in here are too stupid to believe that sometimes things CAN change for the better. That's why I hate Douglasville so much!

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