We provide quality, low-income housing to those in need.
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High-Quality Senior Housing
At Robert Cottingham, we are committed to offering the most affordable senior housing in the Peoria area. As an added bonus, many of our properties include unique accessibility features designed with both safety and convenience in mind.
We believe low-income doesn’t have to translate to low quality. As a result, our residents take advantage of great apartment features plus plenty of community amenities like free parking and on-premise grocery stores.
Robert Cottingham Property Management provides families with affordable housing opportunities. Locally owned and operated, our specialty is fee management services of apartments and homes throughout Central Illinois.
As a member of the Institute of Real Estate Management, the National Center for Housing Management, and the National Assisted Housing Management Association, we provide quality housing and client satisfaction. We offer rentals including income-based apartments, affordable senior housing, and disability housing.
At Robert Cottingham Property Management, we offer economically efficient apartments to help save you money. To qualify for our income-based housing, you have to meet certain earning eligibility requirements. This amount varies depending on the size of the household and the ages of the occupants.
Affordable Senior Housing
Heritage Senior Homes provides a new and exciting experience in senior living. Minutes away from downtown Peoria, on the east end of Hanna City, these homes are for anyone aged 62 and over. A HUD property, rent is income based and residents must be designated as low-income wage earners.
At RCPM, we have teamed with Community Workshop and Training Center Inc., who has offered quality disability housing in the Peoria area for over 55 years. Also offering community integration and community and employment services, the nonprofit features 24-hour staff and coordinated ancillary services. To qualify for CWTC programs and housing, individuals must be at least 16 years old and have a documented mental illness, physical disability, or development disability.