Properties T&H Manages

It all starts here.

We realize that Indianapolis rental properties come in all shapes and sizes.

We also realize that in order to provide our Clients with the best possible service, we can’t manage them all.

If you’re interested in the possibility of us managing your portfolio, or helping you purchase properties, there are a few things you need to know upfront:

  1. Rental Amount – We typically only take on properties that will command around $1,000 or more in monthly rent. We will, however, go lower than that depending on condition and location. Our absolute bottom line is $800/month.

  2. Property Type – We manage Single family homes, condos, and Multi-Family properties that do not require on-site management. 

    For those of you who speak the vernacular, we generally manage A and B grade properties.

  3. Location – We manage homes in all nine counties in Central Indiana, including ALL parts of Boone, Hamilton, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, Morgan, Johnson and Shelby Counties.

    We also manage most of Madison County, but nothing farther than the northern border of neighboring Hamilton County. 

    See the map below for details:



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