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Pines Apartments

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    720 Ivey Rd
    Graham, NC 27253-3731
    (336) 229-6588


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                          Overall (4)

                          Other Reviews

                          xxxsetra

                          2011

                          From Local.com

                            The (Absolutely Terrible) Pines

                            When we first approached The Pines, located on Ivey Road in Graham, North Carolina, it seemed very pleasant, but first glaces are ninety-nine percent deceptive in most cases. The rent seemed fairly cheap considering I just got a new job, but still a little steep compared to where we moved from. The manager just handed us the key and told us where the apartment was so we could look at it, didn't even offer to give us a tour, which I thought was rather odd because it's almost like they have something to hide, or are either too lazy to do their job. We liked the way the apartment looked, considering we were slim on options on where to move that was around my job. The apartment was very small though, a one bedroom, but it seemed very cramped once we moved all of our stuff in. Within the first three days, we received a note on our door about a complaint about knocking on doors. First of all, my fiancee sells jewelry, and she was just trying to find potential customers, which led to our first complaint. We didn't knock on any doors after that except for the people we knew were friendly and didn't mind the company. One night, a had a few friends over to have a couple of beers out on the back porch. Some other people showed up that I didn't know, and one of them ended up hitting one of my friends in the face and then ran off, later I found out he lived in this complex. The cops were called by my friend, which led to another complaint, even though it was for our own safety, plus a complaint on top of that for accidentally leaving two beer cans on MY back porch. Over the next two weeks, the complaints just kept piling up, even though we remained to ourselves and bothered no one. I worked most of the time. We woke up one morning with a note on our door saying we were being evicted. Accusations included knocking on more doors late at night, loud music late at night, asking to borrow money, and harassment. None of these accusations were true, so we went to the office and told our side of the story. The manager talked to the main office, Smith Reynolds, and they said we could stay but if we got one more complaint we would have to leave. Things were good for about a week. One morning I went to ask the manager if there were any maintenance positions available, but before I even spoke, she told me she was glad I walked in so she wouldn't have to send up a letter saying we were being evicted. I asked her why, and she said too many complaints had piled up. I had asked her what complaints were being told, she refused to tell me. That also seemed sketchy. She gave the thirty day notice and I left the office. Two days later, our air conditioning stopped working. I called the office at ten in the morning to have them come fix it. The manager said she would send someone 'right away'. It came to be four in the afternoon, still no sign of maintenance, still no sign of cool air. The thermostat read 115 degrees. We lived in these conditions for two days!

                            xxxsetra

                            2011

                            From Local.com

                              The (Absolutely Terrible) Pines

                              When we first approached The Pines, located on Ivey Road in Graham, North Carolina, it seemed very pleasant, but first glaces are ninety-nine percent deceptive in most cases. The rent seemed fairly cheap considering I just got a new job, but still a little steep compared to where we moved from. The manager just handed us the key and told us where the apartment was so we could look at it, didn't even offer to give us a tour, which I thought was rather odd because it's almost like they have something to hide, or are either too lazy to do their job. We liked the way the apartment looked, considering we were slim on options on where to move that was around my job. The apartment was very small though, a one bedroom, but it seemed very cramped once we moved all of our stuff in. Within the first three days, we received a note on our door about a complaint about knocking on doors. First of all, my fiancee sells jewelry, and she was just trying to find potential customers, which led to our first complaint. We didn't knock on any doors after that except for the people we knew were friendly and didn't mind the company. One night, a had a few friends over to have a couple of beers out on the back porch. Some other people showed up that I didn't know, and one of them ended up hitting one of my friends in the face and then ran off, later I found out he lived in this complex. The cops were called by my friend, which led to another complaint, even though it was for our own safety, plus a complaint on top of that for accidentally leaving two beer cans on MY back porch. Over the next two weeks, the complaints just kept piling up, even though we remained to ourselves and bothered no one. I worked most of the time. We woke up one morning with a note on our door saying we were being evicted. Accusations included knocking on more doors late at night, loud music late at night, asking to borrow money, and harassment. None of these accusations were true, so we went to the office and told our side of the story. The manager talked to the main office, Smith Reynolds, and they said we could stay but if we got one more complaint we would have to leave. Things were good for about a week. One morning I went to ask the manager if there were any maintenance positions available, but before I even spoke, she told me she was glad I walked in so she wouldn't have to send up a letter saying we were being evicted. I asked her why, and she said too many complaints had piled up. I had asked her what complaints were being told, she refused to tell me. That also seemed sketchy. She gave the thirty day notice and I left the office. Two days later, our air conditioning stopped working. I called the office at ten in the morning to have them come fix it. The manager said she would send someone 'right away'. It came to be four in the afternoon, still no sign of maintenance, still no sign of cool air. The thermostat read 115 degrees. We lived in these conditions for two days!

                              xxxsetra

                              2011

                              From Local.com

                                The (Absolutely Terrible) Pines

                                When we first approached The Pines, located on Ivey Road in Graham, North Carolina, it seemed very pleasant, but first glaces are ninety-nine percent deceptive in most cases. The rent seemed fairly cheap considering I just got a new job, but still a little steep compared to where we moved from. The manager just handed us the key and told us where the apartment was so we could look at it, didn't even offer to give us a tour, which I thought was rather odd because it's almost like they have something to hide, or are either too lazy to do their job. We liked the way the apartment looked, considering we were slim on options on where to move that was around my job. The apartment was very small though, a one bedroom, but it seemed very cramped once we moved all of our stuff in. Within the first three days, we received a note on our door about a complaint about knocking on doors. First of all, my fiancee sells jewelry, and she was just trying to find potential customers, which led to our first complaint. We didn't knock on any doors after that except for the people we knew were friendly and didn't mind the company. One night, a had a few friends over to have a couple of beers out on the back porch. Some other people showed up that I didn't know, and one of them ended up hitting one of my friends in the face and then ran off, later I found out he lived in this complex. The cops were called by my friend, which led to another complaint, even though it was for our own safety, plus a complaint on top of that for accidentally leaving two beer cans on MY back porch. Over the next two weeks, the complaints just kept piling up, even though we remained to ourselves and bothered no one. I worked most of the time. We woke up one morning with a note on our door saying we were being evicted. Accusations included knocking on more doors late at night, loud music late at night, asking to borrow money, and harassment. None of these accusations were true, so we went to the office and told our side of the story. The manager talked to the main office, Smith Reynolds, and they said we could stay but if we got one more complaint we would have to leave. Things were good for about a week. One morning I went to ask the manager if there were any maintenance positions available, but before I even spoke, she told me she was glad I walked in so she wouldn't have to send up a letter saying we were being evicted. I asked her why, and she said too many complaints had piled up. I had asked her what complaints were being told, she refused to tell me. That also seemed sketchy. She gave the thirty day notice and I left the office. Two days later, our air conditioning stopped working. I called the office at ten in the morning to have them come fix it. The manager said she would send someone 'right away'. It came to be four in the afternoon, still no sign of maintenance, still no sign of cool air. The thermostat read 115 degrees. We lived in these conditions for two days!

                                xxxsetra

                                2011

                                From Local.com

                                  The (Absolutely Terrible) Pines

                                  When we first approached The Pines, located on Ivey Road in Graham, North Carolina, it seemed very pleasant, but first glaces are ninety-nine percent deceptive in most cases. The rent seemed fairly cheap considering I just got a new job, but still a little steep compared to where we moved from. The manager just handed us the key and told us where the apartment was so we could look at it, didn't even offer to give us a tour, which I thought was rather odd because it's almost like they have something to hide, or are either too lazy to do their job. We liked the way the apartment looked, considering we were slim on options on where to move that was around my job. The apartment was very small though, a one bedroom, but it seemed very cramped once we moved all of our stuff in. Within the first three days, we received a note on our door about a complaint about knocking on doors. First of all, my fiancee sells jewelry, and she was just trying to find potential customers, which led to our first complaint. We didn't knock on any doors after that except for the people we knew were friendly and didn't mind the company. One night, a had a few friends over to have a couple of beers out on the back porch. Some other people showed up that I didn't know, and one of them ended up hitting one of my friends in the face and then ran off, later I found out he lived in this complex. The cops were called by my friend, which led to another complaint, even though it was for our own safety, plus a complaint on top of that for accidentally leaving two beer cans on MY back porch. Over the next two weeks, the complaints just kept piling up, even though we remained to ourselves and bothered no one. I worked most of the time. We woke up one morning with a note on our door saying we were being evicted. Accusations included knocking on more doors late at night, loud music late at night, asking to borrow money, and harassment. None of these accusations were true, so we went to the office and told our side of the story. The manager talked to the main office, Smith Reynolds, and they said we could stay but if we got one more complaint we would have to leave. Things were good for about a week. One morning I went to ask the manager if there were any maintenance positions available, but before I even spoke, she told me she was glad I walked in so she wouldn't have to send up a letter saying we were being evicted. I asked her why, and she said too many complaints had piled up. I had asked her what complaints were being told, she refused to tell me. That also seemed sketchy. She gave the thirty day notice and I left the office. Two days later, our air conditioning stopped working. I called the office at ten in the morning to have them come fix it. The manager said she would send someone 'right away'. It came to be four in the afternoon, still no sign of maintenance, still no sign of cool air. The thermostat read 115 degrees. We lived in these conditions for two days!

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