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Advanced Property Services

FAQs

Q: How can I apply for affordable housing?
A: We have various rents, you may apply for an apartment that we currently have available if you make at least two times the rent, if you make less then you can place yourself on a wait list for projects that have lower rents. To apply now you must bring in a complete application, with all the documents and the money orders that are required. After the first interview, we could give you more information on your probability of qualifying.

Q: How does the program work?
A: Rents cannot exceed the maximums provided to the management company by the regulators of the program. You can rent from us if your household meets the income and occupancy requirements and fulfills the other rental criteria. Thereafter, annually your household must submit all income/asset information as well as household composition.

Q: Where can I get an application for your low income program?
A: At the property or in the main office.

Q: How can I place myself on the Interest List?
A: By going to the property you would like to move into and completing a form, or you may come to the main office, or if I could have your e-mail I can e-mail it, and you would have to send it in as soon as possible, since you would get on the wait list once you have completed the form.

Q: Can I add myself on the wait list for all of your properties?
A: Unfortunately no, but we can place you on the wait list for three. The reason is we need to have more information on your household such as the location where you would be ok living in, what number of bedrooms  you are looking for and then we could help match you to the properties that best seem to fit your needs.

Q: What do I have to do in order to qualify?
A: You must bring in a complete application, with all the documents and the money orders that are required, and after the first interview, we could give you more information on your probability of qualifying.

Q: Where can I submit an application?
A: With the manager or at the main office, depending on what property you are interested in.

Q: How long is the wait list for each property?
A: it varies…most are long.

Q: What number am I on the wait list?
A: We do not disclose the number or rank, but we can provide you with the month and year we are calling back.

Q: How many people can live in the apartment?
A: It depends on the property but more than likely three in a 1-BD, five in a 2-BD and seven in a 3-BD.

Q: How long does it take to process and application?
A: It varies by case but 2-3 weeks on average.

Q: Are you a government agency?
A: We are not.

Q: Do you provide any source of help with rent?
A: Our rents are affordable (below market rate rents), but we do not subsidize rental payments.

Q: What is your lowest and highest rent?
A: It varies by property.

Q: How much do I have to make in order to qualify?
A: You must make at least two times the rent.

Q: What are the managers’ hours?
A: Hours vary per property. Call first.

Q: What is the maintenance emergency number?
A: 714-731-7313 and it is ONLY for emergencies.

Q: Do you work with the City/ County Housing Program (Section 8)?
A: We accept tenants with housing.

Q: Do you accept Medical Cards?
A: No, this does not affect your eligibility in any way.

Q: What is the square footage for all the bedrooms?
A: It varies by property.

Q: In what city do you have properties?
A: Orange, Santa Ana, Fullerton, Huntington Beach, Yorba Linda, Carlsbad, San Marcos and coming soon in Corona.

Q: Can I receive a confirmation or see proof that I have been placed on the wait list and the property I was placed on?
A: Yes.

Q: Do all of the apartments have garage?
A: No.

Q: Do I place myself on the wait list and then receive the apartment?
A: No, after you place yourself on the wait list we will call you when it’s your turn and request you turn in an application, if you turn in a complete application with all the required documents we can then determine if you
qualify to move in or not.

Q: Why are your rents so high?
A: Our rents vary to accommodate more levels of low income households, and while we may have lower rents the ones we currently have available are only from apartments that are vacant. Our turn over on the lower rent
apartments is minimum.

Q: What programs do you offer?
A: Our properties are regulated by various programs such as HOME, Bond, and LIHTC.