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Terrible apartment!!! Their own maintenance man flooded my apartment the first week and it took them 2 months to fix it!!! I had to move my stuff all over the place so they could do the maintenance and when they \"fixed\" it, they didn\'t even do a good job. I have to put in a maintenance request at least once a week because everything is in such poor condition. Parking is a joke and don\'t ever let visitors park in the parking lot because they will come and tow even during visiting hours when you supposedly don\'t need a permit. Overall, very very unhappy with this place. I will never recommend it to anyone.
I rented from fall 2015 through fall 2015.
This is a terrible place to live. A lot of the guys are tools and the girls are super clique'y. The apartments have bed bugs as well and management will blame you for bringing them and want to charge you for it.Management will also not try to fix the bed bug problem. I had to go to the BYU housing office before management started treating us right. They are very slow at fixing the important things. For example our door couldn't shut because the doorknob was broken and it took them 3 days to come and fix it. If you are looking for a place to live that is cheaper glenwood and the riv are both better but still not good.
Not really impressed. It's great if you want to be social, but the apartment I moved into has been debugged and still has problems and the carpet looks like it hasn't been replaced since the 1980's. Generally, everything is old and in need of refurbishment. The quality does not match the price. It's not the worst ever, but it's pretty far form being the best.
I rented from winter 11 through spring 11.
Wow, the last person's comment was pretty "cat-clawish", but they had a good point. A variety of BYU students do tend to have the "holier than thou" thing going on here, like my last semester's roommates, but generally EVERYONE is pretty chill. The social life is OK, but mostly you have to make an effort. The hot tub is definitely a popular place, sometimes too popular. The apartment layout is pretty basic, however if you are on the 3rd floor, forget about getting new couches!! All they will do, for a couch that literally is falling apart, is duck tape it... over and over and over again. There are also all these weird rent fees too. Not to mention, I found out the management has told the employees that the tenants are ALWAYS at fault no matter what. I honestly am getting out of this place as soon as I can!
I rented from winter 10 through winter 11.
Raintree is a great place to live. The only reason I\\'m commenting is to set some things straight regarding the \\"slutty UVSC people\\" mentioned in earlier posts. Whoever these self-righteous BYU students are, you can move back home where you came from because obviously college life is not for you. Just because you\\'re not used to people holding hands and kissing during the dating process doesn\\'t make them \\"slutty\\". Just because you\\'re socially retarded and can\\'t get a girlfriend/boyfriend doesn\\'t make everyone who can a slut. Also, get off of your BYU high horses. UVU is a great school, and plenty of students that come from UVU are great members of the church and deserve respect. Your status in the church does not depend on where you get your education. Raintree has a good mix of both UVU and BYU students, and I have friends from both schools here. Thank goodness I live in a place where I don\\'t have to know where someone goes to school in order to decide whether they are \\"worthy\\" to be my friends.
I rented from fall 10 through fall 11.
Raintree is definitely not a bad place. The apartments are fairly spacious. Nice hot tub and pool. Raintree makes up four or five wards. The travel time to campus (BYU) is about the same on a bike as it is in a car. On top of rent, you'll pay $10 internet and utilities between $15-20.
I rented from winter 10 through winter 10.
There is always more than enough parking, but if you get home late it is a bit of a walk to the apartment.
Rent is cheap, and so it the apartment. But, management is pretty quick about fixing problems and replacing very old pieces of furniture.
I read the rating about all the slutty UVU student before I moved in and thought it would be fine, but lo and behold I moved in with 4 ultra slutty freshmen girls at UVU.
If you have roommates to move in with, then this is not bad at all considering that the rent is cheap.