I've lived at The Enclave for 2 years. It's in terrible condition and the management hasn't made any improvements and will hardly repair anything. The linoleum (yes, linoleum for $1500/mo) in the bathroom is peeling up and creating a trip hazard. I have water stains on the ceiling. The sink in the kitchen has been refinished instead of replaced and it's scratched. The sinks in the bedrooms are the originals with burn marks and brass fixtures. After months of complaining about the broken garbage disposal, they finally replaced it but didn't connect the plumbing correctly so my kitchen flooded when I used the dishwasher and the maintenance man didn't make any attempt to clean up the mess and when I called the management, they never returned my phone calls. The carpet is disgusting. But, it's Midland and in the current market, what are you going to do?
So, after living at The Enclave for 2 years and paying a HUGE amount of rent (on time, every time) for such a dump, I received a lease renewal notice stating that my rent is being raised to $2900/month for MTM or $2100 for an 11 month lease. And I have to give the 60 days notice prior to moving out. The original lease I signed said I had to give 30 days written notice prior to moving out but they tend to make up the rules as they go along.
All that being said, the units do have attached garages and a very, very small yard. The Enclave is very quiet and the neighbors are all very friendly. If I had it to do over again, I'd have leased a smaller more affordable place somewhere else and saved my money. A dump is a dump no matter what the price tag.