We've lived at The Village at Raintree since May 2009. The complex is on its third set of owners (and fourth management company!) since we moved in, and these owners are more interested in improving the property than all the previous owners we've dealt with combined. They just finished redoing all the roofs, and they've started putting in security fencing along 900 West. (I understand entry and exit security gates are on the way, too, which is awesome!) They've repainted all the siding to a more modern color scheme (hated that drab olive green!), and they've made upgrades to the covered parking and concrete (though work continues on the many concrete steps that need to be replaced). It'll be exciting to see what they do this year. Sadly, on average we've seen a new property manager every 18 months or so - such high turnover doesn't help management's relationships with residents, and the maintenance staff turnover has been more rapid than that, though current maintenance techs are personable and skilled - they know what they're doing and do it well. For quite some time we've had no real late night noise problems barring the occasional loud car stereo or muffler thanks to idiots who have no common sense or common courtesy. Dogs running around outside off-leash is not as much of a problem now as it once was, but thanks to all the smokers walking around a lot and smoking on their porches and balconies we rarely can keep our windows open for a decent amount of time - a pet-free and smoke-free environment would be much more appreciated. All-in-all, The Village at Raintree is a good place to call home that's getting better - much better! - thanks to the current owners. We'll be renewing our lease soon and starting our 11th year here in May - we have no plans to move.