Spanish Lakes Course at Spanish Lakes Golf Village Ratings & Reviews
1 day ago
Out of all the Spanish Lakes the Golf Village is nicest. They must have 20 shuffle board courts in pristine condition with a little hamburger & hot dog hut. Everyone lives in a little circle & my friend's circle has the greatest people. I will take photos next time of the clubs & pools & car washed with vacs.
19 days ago
This is by far the worst community to live in.People are always in your business. They have no respect for people younger than them . They never want visitors . They even kicked out a mans care taker for not being of age let me remind you this mans a full diabetic who is disabled bed ridden and needs 24 hour care . The man was not a disturbance was barely even there . All this community wants is your money . That's it they are not compassionate to other who pays on time never later . If you have grandkids it's not a good place for them cause the min they stay the night they are on your case of how long they will be there . I wouldn't even give it a star but then again I wouldn't be able to say how awful this community is . Way better off buying a home in a much better community my Opinion.
16 days ago
I have lived here for over a year and no one from the Home Owner Association has contacted and welcome me to the neighborhood. About a year ago a disgruntle neighbor stalked me and spread false rumors about my so-called behavior around the neighborhood and sent some family member thugs on several occasions to harass me then spoke and advised the HOA of it. The women is facing criminal and civil charges for making false statement to Law Enforcement Officers. My attorney is preparing to depose her. The HOA did not bother to hear my side of the story. Curiously I recently started painting my place and a person who identified themselves as a member of the HOA asked the painter questions about the paint colors. The painter showed this person what he was doing. The person left without talking with me personally.
The entrance is cluttered with signs that say "We love our community" and other gaudy signs that market Spanish Lakes Communities. I don't know one person that has told me that they love the community.
Shortly after I moved in I discovered some serious problems with the home. The roots from the 2 leafy trees are destroying the under-carriage of the home. I've had to replace the plumbing system and possibly the flooring of the home because 2 spots in the home have caved in already costing me $800 to fix. I getting estimates to see if it's worth fixing. Most probably the home is now worthless and I may have to evacuate it if the roots continue to damage the home. In addition, my roof is being damage because Spanish Lakes refuses to prune the trees.
Curiously enough when I first moved in I was told that the property itself was their responsibility to maintain and I had to maintain just the surrounding shrubbery and small plants. When I made Spanish Lakes aware of these issues I was told that the trees on the property were the responsibility of the mobile home owner. Yet the problems have been going on way before I moved in about a year ago. The management is obviously only concerned with the profits from the rents rather than the upkeep of the property. I offered to remove the trees and they refused knowing that if I have to move out because of deterioration of the home, they'll just replace it rather than taking on the responsibility of maintaining the property.