Apartments/condos are okay, if a bit old looking inside. These are condos but many are rented so it feels like an apartment complex. Rent is comparable to nearby apartments but includes basic cable and internet. If you want peace and quiet, don't rent by the pools, as despite the rules saying no using the pool after dark, people use it at all hours including 2 a.m. That would be okay if these people weren't so loud. Management started locking the pools a few years ago after vandalism and they need to start doing it again. I guess vandalism is more important to the HOA than people being disturbed by the late night partying. Even after numerous complaints, nothing is done about this.
Other rules are also not enforced as some tenants have bicycles, couches, etc. on their lanais. I considered buying a unit in here until I started walking around and noticed the crumbling stairs, uneven sidewalks which are a safety hazard, and the deteriorating of some of the buildings. Maintenance is lax and the breezeways are dirty and need painting or something done to them. Some of the residents just throw their junk mail on the ground. I suggested putting a garbage can in the mail area but my suggestion has fallen on deaf ears.
The garbage bins and recycling are filled to overflowing by the morning of pickup. Don't know what can be done about this other than adding more pickups and more recycling bins.
Now for a few positives: the units are a decent size, not huge, but liveable and there is a good amount of storage. Neighbors are nice and friendly but not nosy. If you decide to rent, keep in mind that some units are nicer than others, depending on what the owners have done. For instance, some units have cheap carpet while others have tile or wood floors. Same goes for the kitchen & bathrooms, in my unit they are old and tacky looking while some have been updated with granite and stainless steel. Don't settle for the first unit you see because there are usually many available for rent. Parking is not good.