You may know of Oakleaf Property Management as the area’s premier affordable housing for the elderly and disabled, but did you know we also have great housing options for families? We have more than 1,268 apartments spread over 26 locations, many of which are perfect for families.
At Oakleaf Property Management, we take pride in offering quality, affordable housing options for families, seniors and the disabled. In fact, we provide housing assistance for people with low and moderate incomes and often work with government programs, like HUD. The Department of Housing and Urban Development, or HUD, is responsible for national policies and programs that address our country's housing needs, including those available to our renters in lowa, South Dakota, and Nebraska.
You’re finally ready to ditch mowing the lawn, cleaning the gutters and shoveling snow and trade it all in for the convenience of apartment living. Congratulations! Apartments offer living in prime locations like near shopping districts and public transit lines, plus multiple amenities, security and, of course, affordability. Oakleaf Property Management makes it pretty easy to apply to live in one, but you can make the application process even faster by following these five steps. You’ll be in the home of your dreams before you know it!
When you’re living in less than 1,000 square feet, every inch of it needs to be used as efficiently as possible. There are several, inexpensive ways to organize your apartment that are not only aesthetically pleasing but can make your daily living easier and more pleasurable.
Rosewood Heights Apartments is more than just living space for those 62 and older or living with a disability, it is a community that extends far beyond its walls. While its dedicated staff provides daily interaction, volunteers, school groups, conservation organizations, churches and other nonprofits also spend valuable time at Rosewood Heights. In fact, more than once a week a Rock Rapids community member spends time with the residents of Rosewood Heights Apartments.
Here's a scenario many renters can relate to: You just moved in to your shiny, new apartment and after hours and hours of unboxing, things start to feel like home. But then it happens. One minor inconvenience pops up. It could have been that the lock was taking too long to open, or a flickering light took a few minutes too long to illuminate the room. At the time, you figured it wasn’t a big deal and didn’t want to pester maintenance for something so small. That was a mistake. As time goes on, minor inconveniences can easily turn into critical stage problems. And, once you do notify your building manager, the once "easy" problem now takes longer to fix, costs more money and could require you to vacate for safety reasons.
Blank white walls, boring carpet, and outdated fixtures can make your apartment feel more like you’re living in a waiting room than in your home sweet home. Here are 6 DIY ways you can upgrade your rental and still get your deposit back. All you need is a bit of creativity and some elbow grease.
There’s no denying that apartments can be a bit short on storage space. But if you ignore that problem, apartments can be the cutest, coziest living spaces ever! Luckily there are so many ways you can increase the storage in your small apartment. We picked our five favorite and most useful tricks and projects to make your apartment feel twice as big (while keeping that cozy feeling).
Moving can be a real hassle. Not only do you have to physically pack up everything you own, you also have to take everything to your new place and unpack it. This is a lot of work. Save some time, money, and stress by incorporating these 15 tips into your move.