Towne Brooke Commons Brookfield Connecticut Review

Towne Brooke Commons apartment homes in Brookfield, Ct are a ripoff…. and not for the overpriced poor building structures, or bait and switch they give you upon move-in, but because of the management. nYes its true they charge you $25 a key and don’t give you spares. nYes its true they don’t have enough parking for community members where you are forced to pay for parking at $100 a month. nYes its true that they have their favorites and will ticket and tow certain cars that park illegally because of the parking issue, but not all of the community members. nBut here is why they are scams. Bait and switch. Upon move in they act friendly, like they are a smaller community and care about your living experience. Even encouraging to refer friends, use amenities, etc. nWell they don’t pay you for the referral fees they promise, the maintenance enters without permission (which is illegal) and they charge you late fees when you are not late. They also charge you late fees even though their management was the ones to do direct you to do something. nThey are strictly a corporation, not a living community. Don’t live here — unless you like being in jail.

5 North Nabby Rd Brookfield, Connecticut United States of America

203-775-9991

www.whitecoresidential.com/townbrooke.htm

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