Quality Management Group, a management company that prides themselves on providing exceptional management service, has announced they will be expanding their partnership with American Opportunity Foundation/Pacific Affordable Housing Corporation to manage their new affordable senior housing community, Villa Escondido, in Escondido, Calif.
Quality Management Group and AOF Pacific began their partnership in 2000 with the acquisition and management of five properties on Whittram court in Fontana, Calif. Villa Escondido adds to the growing list of AOF Pacific properties Quality Management Group manages throughout southern California.
“Quality Management Group is excited to partner with AOF Pacific as their professional property manager for the Villa Escondido Senior community while preserving the much-needed affordable housing for many of our seniors in the community,” said Josh LaBarge, Quality Management Group President and CEO. “We look forward to being part of a great community in Escondido.”
One hundred and twelve units are available for rent, and seniors will have the option of a studio or one bedroom apartment home. Utilities, weekly housekeeping and linen services are also provided.
Interested renters can call Villa Escondido at (855) 747-4225 to request more information.
About Quality Management Group:
Quality Management Group is committed to building long-lasting relationships with their clients through providing exceptional service, such as timely communication and accurate reporting, immediate response to resident and owner concerns and asset protection and cost control through proactive maintenance. With over 80 combined years of real estate and professional property management experience, they provide their clients, partners and investors with the protection and professionalism of a large management company hand-in-hand with the personal attention of a smaller organization.
About AOF/Pacific Affordable Housing Corporation:
AOF/Pacific Affordable Housing Corp. was incorporated in 1997 as a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of California. It is a subordinate of the American Opportunity Foundation, Inc. (“AOF”), a Georgia nonprofit corporation which is exempt from federal taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the code. AOF/Pacific Affordable Housing Corp., which has no stock holders and is governed by a board of trustees, was organized to acquire, rehabilitate, sell or operate affordable housing for moderate to low-income, elderly and/or mentally or physically challenged persons or families.