Housing Services

Housing Services

Building Secure Homes

Since 1989, APM has built 163 homes and 215 rental units. We have helped hundreds of families become credit worthy and prepared them for their next move.

APM offers delinquency counseling, help with credit repair and savings, and provides consumer education on predatory lending practices for homebuyers with credit problems. APM also offers counseling on landlord/tenant disputes, and foreclosure assistance.
For more information contact (215) 235-6070, or visit our office at 600 W. Diamond Street.
Pre-Purchase Counseling enables you as a future homeowner to determine if you are ready to purchase a home and develops a personal plan to do so. Our bilingual housing counselors help families and individuals navigate the pre- and post-purchase process.
For more information, contact (215) 235-6070, or visit our office at 600 W. Diamond Street.
With our proven ability to maintain well-run properties, we have earned an excellent reputation in affordable housing. APM’s current management portfolio includes townhomes, factory conversions, semi-detached homes and apartments. In total we manage 215 units of attractive, safe and affordable rental housing.
For more information, contact a team member today at 267-507-1341

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