``It is passion and involvement that distinguish us in the apartment rental industry. Our business name was Cashill-Spaulding for the first few years. We grew to the point where we became a people-oriented business that needed a name to better represent the team collaboration and involvement. We offer excellent customer care and service. And that makes all the difference.`` - Mike
``In 1992, Mike and I combined our skills in property management and building maintenance to launch this rental apartment business. We started out with two 14-unit turn-of-the-century brownstone buildings on St. Paul’s Grand Avenue and today we have 5,000 units and over 135 employees. The growth has been exciting to experience. Our company has grown from the Twin Cities metro locations to now include St. Cloud, Minnesota and Mission, Kansas as well.`` - Alan
With a renewed focus on reducing our carbon footprint, we will increase energy efficiency at each of our communities and continue to build solar thermal systems on our rooftops.
We’re on the Grow
At Home Apartments attracts the best property management professionals. We offer many economic benefits combined with a vibrant environment that promotes growth opportunities. Our company will double in size and likely double again. We are looking for motivated individuals who want to learn our business, take advantage of career opportunities, and seek greater challenges and responsibilities.
We’re in the Community
At Home Apartments has more owner involvement in the day-to-day operations than the average apartment management company. This level of involvement combined with our highly qualified staff ensures an exceedingly committed team dedicated to serving our resident’s needs. That dedication includes outreach activities that benefit the Twin Cities metro and beyond.
We’re Near You
We are constantly seeking opportunities in the rental housing market. In the past we have capitalized on the resurgence of city living and the increased popularity of classic turn of the century buildings. We also update 1970s vintage buildings to compete with newer properties. In recent years we built new apartment communities in response to a high level of housing demand and we have expanded into new markets.