Pros: Well maintained grounds
Cons: No grill in my area...
The management doesn't care. Police are here about 3 times a week. Grounds are always dirty with trash and there is always loud music on.
Cons: Dirty, loud, ...
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Olive Tree Apartments in Glendale, Ariz., are managed by Bernard/Allison Management Services. Established in 1984, Bernard/Allison manages more than 22,000 apartments including mini-storage and office buildings, in Metro Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque, Las Vegas, and Memphis. The firm provides management services that include development and implementation of the marketing plan, property and rental policies, collection of income, vacant-unit preparation, resident maintenance requests, vendor management, grounds, building and equipment maintenance and inventory control and purchasing. The firm also provides property employee management, bad-debt management, resident renewal programs, accounting, price investigation, property inspections, payment of property tax and mortgages and construction supervision. The firm also provides additional management services, a purchase savings program, apartment marketing surveys, resident retention programs, cost-control programs, condominium conversions, receivership services and buyer-broker services. Bernard/Allison is an accredited management organization as recognized by the Institute of Real Estate Management. Bernard/Allison Management Services is headquartered in Phoenix.
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