1349 Covington Ave.
Piqua, OH - 45356
1349 Covington Ave.
Piqua, OH - 45356
Piqua Village Apartments is a HUD Apartment. HUD residents usually pay 30% of their gross income for rent. The rent amount, less approved HUD deductions such as medical and child care expenses, and other allowances, includes a utility allowance. HUD Residents also may choose to pay what is known as flat rent. The HACC works with applicants to determine which rent arrangement is best for them.
Median apartment rental rate in this zip code: $796
Population in zip code: 25,172
Median age of those living in this zip code: 39.7
Average household income of those living in this zip code: $48,084
Average home value in this zip code: $93,428
Piqua Village Apartments is a senior low income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact Piqua Village Apartments for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.
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Type: One Bedroom Available
Type: Two Bedroom Available
Type: Three Bedroom Available
Type: Four Bedroom Available
The only issue i have with piqua village is the management i'm still not recertify as of today and it was supposed to be done in february also my rent went up and i compared what i actually make on my 1040 last night to what kevin lofton put i make and it does not match. He made it look like i make over 400 dollars more a year that i do not make. Also last year he did my recertification wrong and later corrected it. I don't know why things don't get done on time or why i have to worry if my rent is correct. Life has enough to worry about without management make me worry about if my recertification is done right. I really don't have any complaints right now besides management. The location is by the store and walking distance to my job and the piqua village take excellent care of the grass and moweing in the summer it's just this guy that been here about two years that i have issues with. He seems to not know what he's doing in my opinion. Unless he's doing my recertification late on purpose than that's even more upsetting. I don't know what the issue is. All i know is it's not done when it was supposed to be and caused me worry.
It's very inconvenient they should get a change maker for laundry room or let them pay with debit card. It's so inconvenient to have to go find change every time you wash clothes! You would think if they cared about tenants they would have a change maker in laundry room and clean it. It' always looks dirty in my opinion
There is no change maker in laundry room and if they care about there tenants you would think they would put one. Also keep all your rent receipts because if you don't they may say they didn't get rent. Management has made mistakes and if your not careful there carelessness can cause you your home. My opinion is it's a good place to live if they put change maker in laundry room and also get someone who has some experience to do the paper work because alot of times things are late. I was accused of not pay rent before when i did in the past and thank god i keep my receipts. I don't trust management and i may start keep my receipts in my locker at work from now on since they have a key to my apt. I also may get a camera door bell to make sure nobody enters without 24 hr notice when i'm gone. I have came home before and ac was on when i never turned it on. Also another time my door was unlocked when i'm sure i locked it. I am not accuse anyone but it sure seems strange. I did have an old maintenance man that use to be here stick a key in my door and say he was just checking to see if it worked. I really had weird stuff happen. Also if they need to make a repair sometimes they think it's ok to come weeks or months later to fix without a 24 hr notice. I had that happen! He knock hard and then just walk right in no notice. I feel that we have poor maintenance and management here. It seems for awhile they do good and then no better than the old management. Also we had so many different ones it must be hard to find good help. Anyway i'll just try keep all my paperwork in order and stay in touch with hud and i hope things will improve.
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