Frequently Asked Questions
Follow the prompts listed under properties to inquire on line or call to set up an appointment for a showing.
Yes, although it depends on unit availability.
Proof of employment and income
Generally speaking, qualifying single occupancy residents have house hold incomes lower than $ 43,440 a year. However, best to check with the leasing office of the property of your choice.
Market rate building owners set their rents completely independently. In affordable (Section 42) buildings the rents are regulated and based on the premise that housing expenses should not be greater than 33% of income.
I know that the “fancy” market rates buildings have a lot of amenities. What about an affordable building?
Well, that depends on the building. Most buildings in the TCAH portfolio have tremendous amenities that you would find at a high end building including a business center, fitness facility, outdoor community terrace, and beautifully furnished community rooms.
There should be NO difference. Market rate and affordable residents alike deserve to live in well maintained buildings where management is responsive and customer service is a priority!