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Evergreen & Rock Maple Apartment Renters (W Olympia)

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I’m looking for past and present renters of Evergreen Apartments/Rock Maple Village
3000 Cardinal Dr in W Oly.

If you have had experiences with management and maintenance and would like to share it... Now is your chance!

Let me hear your side, especially if you want to have your experience documented to help improve the living situation of those still renting there.

Did you feel duped when you found out the treadmill in the gym was stuck on max incline and the belt speed surged?

Tell me about any work orders you did for the washers and dryers, and what results you had with putting in work orders...

Did you reserve the commons area for a private get together? How was it?
What did you think of reserving the lovely commons area for a private get together?

This privilege would appear to be part of the $60 a month you pay ON TOP of your rent... ask yourself or staff, if the private get together going to be shared with the mail room and laundromat and all the renters that do laundry or check their mailbox... does that sound like being able to reserve something for private use to you?

Did you qualify for a referral bonus that was supposed to happen, but never did? My experience was nobody could figure out what happened for like 3 months and several verbal inquiries... all the months of them “checking into it” yielded nothing.

This may surprise you, but the day I decided to put it email (and cc’d my lawyer), Evergreen/Rock Maple was able to figure it out in just a few hours!

After the email, I was promptly (I say “promptly”, but remember- months have gone by) notified that the referral bonus would finally be honored.

Anybody else have referral bonus stories about renting here?

Even though rent is advertised as low as $920 there is somehow another $60 for extra stuff...this is justified for different things for different units, but the $60 shows up for something. Whatever is advertised for “rent”, just understand you are going to pay an additional $60. Everybody pays the $60 on top of rent, just for different reasons it seems. The important thing is at first glance the rent looks cheaper than it is... by $60 bucks.

What was your additional $60 justified as?

Could you get anything but a month to month contract?

...a 1 bedroom, that’s where I started... for $920 a month...

Less than 6 months later it’s $980 plus the $60.... so when you get excited on the internet and think “$920 a month!” Let me know if you feel the same excitement should you find yourself paying $1120 in a few months... to include a $60 fee that covers private rentals of the common area, a treadmill that’s broken, and car center that doesn’t work, and washers and dryers that have the same work orders for repairs over and over...

Did you feel duped when you saw the posted sign to not park in the car cleaning station... only to find out the car cleaning station is broken and not going to be repaired?

Did you get eviction notices posted to your door AND certified mailed? Or just the eviction notice posted to your door... I’m checking on it, but I’m under the impression that it’s supposed to be certified mailed AND posted...

Have you ever been yelled at by an employee in the laundry room?

I want to share your story and advocate for an increasingly better living situation for past, current, and future residents.

If you felt the experience was awesome and would recommend others live there, this is a place where these stories are welcome. If you had difficulties with the employees, these stories are also welcome.
  • it's ok to contact this poster if you are a potential employer or other principal. Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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