Available Service and Amenities
Build Your Credit
Give yourself some credit with RentTrack. We’ve teamed up with RentTrack so you can take building your credit to a whole new level. RentTrack is a total credit service that reports to all three credit bureaus. Studies have shown an average credit score increase of 29 points in the first two months, and up to 132 points with two years of positive rent payments. With RentTrack, you can build your credit, just by paying rent on time.
In addition to helping you build your credit, RentTrack also gives you:
- Free credit score updates
- Credit monitoring and protection
- The ability to report up to two years of past rent payments so you can improve your scores quickly
As a Progress Residential® resident, you have special access to RentTrack services for just $6.95/month.to learn more about RentTrack and sign up today.
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Please note: Progress Residential® does not guarantee any improvement in credit scores. For questions about RentTrack, please click here.
Progress Home Connect
Progress Residential® homes are a whole lot smarter with Progress Home Connect. Progress Home Connect is Progress Residential’s smart home app, which allows you to control and monitor the home from any of your devices. Smart-home technologies not only help increase the convenience and security of your home, but they can help reduce energy consumption and costs. Learn more about Progress Home Connect here.
Availability is limited, but we’re bringing this service to new homes daily. Look for the “Progress Home Connect” banner on our homes that are smart-home enabled.
Cable and Internet
Whether you’re looking for traditional cable, or you just need a blazing fast internet connection, we’ve teamed up with these providers to make great cable and internet options available in your area. Service is subject to the coverage area of each provider.
Get Cox’s fastest internet speed with Gigablast & Cox Contour TV for the best HD TV experience. That’s more streaming, surfing and gaming at Cox’s fastest speeds yet while accessing live TV, DVR, OnDemand – and now, all of your Netflix content – in one place. Learn more and sign up here.
CenturyLink allows you to keep your monthly Price For Life rate for as long as you keep your plan. You can also bundle Internet and Home Phone service plans with Price For Life, and there’s no contract. Plus, add TV or Streaming TV service with one of CenturyLink’s premier partners to your order. Get more information and make the switch today here.
Whether you need a basic, network-ready connection, or you’re streaming so much content you might break the net, Frontier has a plan to meet your needs. Service is subject to availability, so click to see what’s offered at your address and make the switch today.
HOA Community Amenities
Now more than ever, we’re all looking for ways to enjoy our homes and communities. One of the best things about living in a Progress Residential® home is that many of our communities have Homeowners Associations (HOAs) that offer amazing amenities. If you live in one of these HOA communities and haven’t yet gained access to the amenities, we’re here to help guide you through the process.
Step 1 – Obtain the pre-authorization letters
You should have received two pre-authorization letters during your move-in process. If you didn’t, or you need them resent to you, please email [email protected] and our team can send the forms to you.
Step 2 – Contact your HOA and Pay the Fee
Simply send both of the pre-authorization forms to your HOA to confirm that you are our resident and you are authorized to use the community amenities and they should give you access. Some communities require a fee to use the amenities, which you’ll pay to the HOA directly. If the amount is above $50, please send your receipt to us at [email protected] and we will credit your ledger for the amount over $50.
Step 3 – Start Using the Amenities
Once you receive an amenity pass or keycard from your HOA, you’re free to start using the wonderful features in your community, barring of course any usage restrictions currently in place.
For more information on living in an HOA community, please click here.