I have only been here for a week, so this may not be a very well rounded review. This is my first time living completely on my own so I was excited. Upon moving in, there were 3-4 work orders I had to put in right off the bat. Gritty film in the shower, shower head was messed up, bugs in my kitchen, the dishwasher did not close correctly unless slammed shut. The issues were handled promptly. Many cosmetic areas that you can tell were just painted over instead of fixed. I was told before move in, that my appliances would all match (and be either black or white). My fridge was white but my dishwasher And oven were beige and the oven was outdated. All my appliances were replaced, but they were Previously used and my oven is extremely dirty on the inside, as if it was not cleaned out from the last tenants who used it. So another few days without being able to use my oven before someone could come out and clean it. My fridge was installed with the doors swinging open the wrong way. I told the maintenance that the doors are wrong and he just laughed it off instead of switching them. So I had to put in yet another work order to get these things corrected. I am appreciative that these issues are being fixed. However I can’t help but think these things should have all been done before I even moved in. I thought that is what the 2 weeks was for between tenants. Because now it is a headache on my part. Leasing agents need to do final walk throughs of new units before tenants move in and make sure everything is in working order, instead of saying “give us a list of everything that needs to be fixed”. I am a single mother working 3 jobs, and adding these issues onto all that is just stressful and frustrating. Overall I am hopeful I don’t have any more issues for a while because I was beginning to have doubts about the next 12 months at Wellspring. I am not the type to complain or make a scene so even writing this review is so unlike me but I think it could give the staff a better idea of things to do different for other new tenants. Thank you!