I have to admit, when I was looking for a new home several weeks ago, some of the reviews I read gave me pause. However, I have to say that I have had the opposite experience to what has been written. While searching for my apartment, I was asked by my tour guide what price I was looking for. The place I was thinking about was not going for that price at the time. However, when prices reduced a few days later, I received a call asking if I wanted to take advantage of the new price. It meant changing my move in to an earlier date, but I gladly took the option.
I have lived at Lakepointe for a little over a month and I have been very happy.
Does Lakepointe have the same issues (parking, people leaving trash out, not always picking up after their pets) that almost every other apartment property I've lived at has? Yes. But not to the extent or frequency I have seen elsewhere. The moment someone in the office becomes aware I have a concern, it is addressed. The maintenance team took care of any small issues I had at move in immediately.
Basically, what I am saying is that you get great service and atmosphere for the price. I consider myself a happy resident.