Better Living. For Rent.


The global pandemic has certainly been an ever changing event. We work to keep our communities; staff and residents, healthy. We monitor the guidance from the CDC and our state governments when deciding on policies.

If you are concerned about paying your rent on time:

If you are financially stressed to pay rent on time, please make us aware. We want to be a resource for you. You can count on us. Our goal is to work with you to find a solution that allows you to continue living in your apartment home and us to continue providing a great home for you.

While we may be able to offer a payment arrangement, we still encourage you to stay as current as you can with your payments. This helps you avoid building up a large balance for later and it helps support those in your community who need financial assistance the most.

The Rental Assistance Finder was designed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to help renters and housing providers find their local program and apply for assistance.

Additional NC and SC Area Resources that may be helpful

NC Unemployment Benefits FAQ

If you have lost your job due to the recent closings, for our North Carolina residents, the NC governor announced on 3/17/20 at 2pm to lift the restrictions to make it easier to qualify for unemployment benefits.

NC Department of Social Services,

1203 Maple Street, Greensboro, NC 27405; (336) 641-3447
132 Poplar Grove Connector, Suite C, Boone, NC 28607, (828) 265-8100

Greensboro Area:

Greensboro Urban Ministry, 305 W. Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, NC 27401; (336) 553-2657
Guilford County Human Services; (336) 641-3000

Boone Area:

Hospitality House of Boone: 302 W. King Street, Boone, NC 28607-3519 (704)264-1237
Clemson, SC Area:

SC Unemployment Hub:

City of Clemson Resources and Ordinances — lots of resources for local and statewide assistance:

SC Department of Social Services.

Piedmont Triad Apartment Association Renter Resource Local apartment association has added a page for frequently asked questions from renters and additional local resources.