Center township is just as it sounds, in the center of Indianapolis.
Center Township does not have its own Metropolitan school district. Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) is the main system in the Township along with Beech Grove public schools.
By contrast, one of the best public High Schools in Indiana, and for the Country that matter, is Herron-Morton High School, which is located in Center Township.
Best Places reports violent crimes rates of 47.7 and property crime rates of 80.5 on a scale of 1-100 with 1 being low crime and 100 being high crime.
You have to be extremely smart and selective when shopping for rental property in Center Township. Prices can vary drastically within just a few blocks.
As of 2016, there were 147,110 people lived in Center Township. The median household income is just $27,718 as reported by Best Places.
The median age is 33.8 with a racial makeup of 57.5% Caucasian, 34.8% African-American, and 7.4% comprised of various other ethnicities.
According to Niche, The median home value is $74,600 and the median market rent is $825.
59% of the population rent versus 41% who own their home.
Center Township is very unique in the fact that it covers a broad spectrum. Some of the best real estate in Indiana is located here, but so is some of the worst.
So, when someone says, “I have a great little 3 bedroom near Fountain Square… be certain you understand exactly how near Fountain Square the home is.
It’s easy to get lured in by extremely low price points. Resist the temptation, because if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
T&H Realty is working with Owner Clients to add Center Township rental properties to their portfolios. If you are interested in finding properties in that area, our brokerage would be more than happy to help you purchase a property.