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Old 04-27-2020, 07:42 PM
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My comments are in red for each location.
I agree with you on the vast majority of these except the Cloisters and Foxfire in High Point. The area a few blocks South of that gets very rough fast (i.e. Five Points). I can't speak to how the apartment themselves are managed, but I personally wouldn't feel comfortable in that area, because of its proximity to some rough areas and bad characters who can't even get their act together on Christmas Eve:

https://www.wxii12.com/article/high-...area/30326761#

Also mentioned in this news video is Sharon Street, which is on the OP's list. I'd definitely skip on that one.

These are not isolated incidents in either of those areas, and the Sharon Street location is probably even worse, in terms of the stubborn violence in that whole area of town.

The Willow Woods Apartments on Ingleside Drive (not Ingle Drive) is near Fox Hollow Apartments. The area is fine but I think the Fox Hollow Apartments attract a slightly more upscale renter and are a little more convenient to shopping and services (plus the YMCA), so those are the ones I'd pick if I was choosing between those particular two.

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Old 04-27-2020, 11:24 PM
 
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Thank you everyone for your feedback. After my ongoing research ive found that I'll need to increase my budget slightly. Im not too picky but safety & the overall condition of the property is more important than anything else. Sorry about the overload.

The properties I've narrowed it down to are the following:
Chatham Wood Apt. 856 Lakecrest Ave, High Point 27265
Fox Hollow Apt. 177 W Hartley Dr. HP 27263
Willow Woods Apt. 3019 Ingle Dr. HP 27263
The Crossing at Chester Ridge Apt. 2122 Crossing Way Ct. HP 27262
Park Terrace Apt. 885 Sharon St. HP 27260
Raintree Apt. 251 Northpoint Ave, HP 27262
Cloisters & Foxfire 2609 Suffolk Ave, HP 27265
East Chester Ridge Apt. 2120 Chester Ridge Dr. HP 27262
Summit Village 199 Wind Rd Greensboro 27405
District 830 W Market St. College Hill Greensboro 27401
Walker Ave Apt 1911 Walker Ave Greensboro 27403
Hunters Chase 4600 Big Tree Way Greensboro 27409
Rental Home - 902 Haywood St. In Silver Run Park Greensboro 27403
Lindley Park Manor 300 Ashland Dr. Greensboro 27403
Brandon Park 3822 Mizell Rd. Greensboro 27405
Ashton Oaks Apt. 2030 Northcliffe Dr. Winton Salem 27106
Willows Peake 1350 Eller Way, WS 27127
Pine Valley Apt. 5300 Countryside Ct. WS 27105
Rental Home - 803 W End St. WS 27101
Northpoint Apt. 110 Biesecker Rd. Lexington 27295
If you're expanding into High Point and considering a slightly higher budget, you might want to look at Alexandria Park and/or Palladium Park. The rent for a 1 bed 1 bath is probably a bit higher than you're looking to spend, but includes cable/internet in the price. So unless you were looking to forego those, spending $800/month on rent there is like spending $700/month in a lot of other apartments because you don't have to worry about those expenses.

I'm actually surprised more apartment complexes don't do this as it seems pretty win-win-win. The cable company gets a ton of guaranteed business. The apartment complex has a heck of an amenity to offer and gets a significant discount. The renter has one less expense to worry about (even if it's passed along in the rent).
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Old 04-30-2020, 11:33 AM
 
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Thank you everyone. This definitely helped a lot.
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Old 05-14-2020, 01:48 PM
 
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Keep in mind that if you have the resources—there are numerous condo complexes in the area that would be the same or less as what you'd be paying in rent, plus you can resell it when you are done and want to move or upsize. The condo market in the Triad area has exploded because of the lack of good rentals that are affordable.

I'm a realtor at the big indie firm for the Triad market—you're welcome to shoot me a private message if you'd like more info.
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Old 06-04-2020, 02:32 PM
 
Location: Greensboro
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Hello,
I am looking to relocate from Orlando, FL within the next 10 months. I've done research, however I am needing some help with recommendations on decent neighborhoods in the Greenboro surrounding areas to rent apartments with a rent range of $500-$700. I'm a single female in my mid 30s, & while I have found cheap rentals I want to make the best choice based on safety/budget/complex. If anyone could help I'd really appreciate it. Thanks again!
We also moved from Orlando FL ! Hope you found what u were looking for
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Old 06-08-2020, 05:51 PM
 
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We also moved from Orlando FL ! Hope you found what u were looking for
Hello, How are you liking it?
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Old 06-14-2020, 10:36 PM
 
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We also moved from Orlando FL ! Hope you found what u were looking for
Im curious to know how you're liking it as well. I live in south Florida. My son is in your area, and he always tells me I should move near him since Im alone down here with no close family. Theres lots to do down here to keep me occupied, (or at least pre corona). My concern is that I wont be able to keep myself occupied in
the Triad region of NC.

Im a 66 year old female, retired and widowed. I was thinking if I do decide to go there, Id rent first. But Im still not sure of the area and what it has to offer seniors.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
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