Welcome to The Advanced Experience!

To apply for your new home, follow the steps below:

Step 1 – Tenant Screening Criteria form: Please download the TENANT CRITERIA FORM

Simply fill out and sign the form, and email to us at: advancedpropmanagement@gmail.com.

Step 2- Proof of Identification:  For all applicants we ask that you provide us with a State Issued ID, Driver License, Military ID, or Passport.  Please contact our team to get your Proof of Identification to us!

Step 3 – Proof of Income: Submit one of the following forms of proof of income for each applicant: Pay stub, LES form, Job acceptance letter, financial aid, or W2. Please contact our team to get your proof of income to us!

Step 4 – Application: There is a $35.00 application fee for each applicant over the age of 18.  Our Team will send you a secure link with your Rental Application!

Step 5- Security Deposit: The Security deposit (typically equal to 1 months rent) must be paid in full at the time of application. This will secure the property off of the listing market while your application is screened. In the event your application is not approved the security deposit will be returned to you.

Here’s what our Residents are saying about us:

“Absolutely OUTSTANDING tenant care! Life brings maintenance issues…Advanced goes above & beyond taking care of their renters. My husband & I are extremely happy with their level of professionalism.”


“We have moved quite a bit over the last 15 years, and Advanced is the most proficient and efficient Property Management company with which we have dealt. They were fair and attentive during the move-in and move-out process. The maintenance department’s use of Property Meld was fast; they always had someone out within 24 hours of any issues. We only lived in the property less than a year, but it was a pleasurable experience.”


EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY: Advanced Property Management, Inc. follows a policy of fair and equal treatment to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, familial status, or handicap and in compliance with all Federal, State, and Local Laws. We also have a responsibility to ensure the protection of our property, the residents’ right to peaceful occupancy, and the owner’s financial interest.