The complex is run by Capstone Real Estate Services based in Austin and makes money by submitting federal housing vouchers for each one of their residents.
Government vouchers pay hundreds of dollars for each apartment that's occupied.
Norman, a disabled veteran, says he got a notice on his door earlier this week saying he owes hundreds of dollars in back rent. If he doesn't pay it within ten days, the notice says, he and his family will be evicted.
Norman says he didn't pay the money because didn't know he owed anything. Norman is on disability from the military and has a lease that doesn't require him to pay rent.
Instead, Norman claims Capstone is demanding money from him because the management at his complex failed to turn in his paperwork.
Managers in the officer at Garden Apartments refused to talk with us for our story. A representative of Capstone Real Estate declined to return our calls seeking comment.
KAMC Investigates notified the Federal Department of Housing and Urban development about the findings of our ongoing investigation Tuesday. The agency's communications director in the Ft. Worth field office says officials are investigating our findings.