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Visit Indianapolis

System - Wednesday, April 18, 2018
We can all admit that Indiana has some funny weather. Hopefully, the weather will warm up some and you will get to enjoy the many things that Indianapolis offers. Here are a few things for you and/or your family to do. 

The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is located in downtown Indianapolis. The museum features a permanent collection of more than 54,000 works from Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia ranging across a broad spectrum of genres. 
FREE ADMISSION DATES AND TIMES
May 3 - 4 pm to 8 pm
May 22 - Gardens and Museums Day
June 7 - 4 pm to 8 pm

The Canal and White River State Park is located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis where the public can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities and find tranquil places to relax.
Adults $10
Youth (6-15) $5
Children (5 and under) FREE

Track Laps you get 1 narrated lap on the 2.5-mile oval track in an IMS bus. Available any day except for days devoted to racing, testing, special events, construction or when winter weather conditions prevent the use of the track.
Adults $8
Youth (6-15) $5
Children (5 and under) FREE

The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art includes a collection of Western and Native American art and cultural objects.
Adults $15
Seniors 65+ $12
Youth 5-17 $8
Children 4 and under Free
Member, Native Americans, & IUPUI Students and Faculty: Free

The Indiana State Museum has exhibits that explore Indiana art, science, and culture and is home to the state’s largest IMAX theater. 
ADULT - $14.95
SENIOR* - $13.95
CHILD* - $9.95
COLLEGE STUDENT - $12.95 (with valid ID from any Indiana college or university)
CHILDREN UNDER 3 - FREE 
*Senior: Ages 60 and older, Child: Ages 3 through 17


Indianapolis Zoo features a zoological park, an aquarium, and a botanical garden.
*Prices vary. Check for dates/Time ZOO

Go Ape! offers a range of adventure courses and fun outdoor activities for all ages in Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Indiana. Go Ape Treetop Adventure Courses consist of obstacles, zip lines, and Tarzan swings that allow participants to navigate through the treetops and explore the beautiful natural surroundings from the air. Find out more info by clicking GO APE






Looking for a Property Manager

System - Monday, January 15, 2018

Looking for a property manager to lease out your home for you? Here are 12 questions you should ask before deciding on a management company.

1) What are the services you offer to your clients? 

Make sure that their services fit your needs.


2) How many rental units do you manage?

Too few rental units and they may be inexperienced and too many you may get lost in the shuffle. 


3) Do you or your company own any of the rental units?

Make sure they don't own any of their own. If your unit is vacant at the same time theirs is, you can almost guarantee they will try to rent their home before renting yours. 


4) How do you determine the rent amount?

You don't want your house overpriced so it doesn't rent and you don't want it underpriced because that will cost you money. 


5) Under what conditions can I cancel my management contract with your company? 

There is nothing like dealing with a company that you aren't seeing eye to eye with. Make sure you can void the contract if you are unhappy. 


6) What are your management fees?

It is important to know this so that you can determine if it is going to be worth hiring a property manager. 


7) Do you have lease renewal or lease up fees?
This is also important to know. You would hate to be hit with unexpected fees. 


8) Are there fees when the unit is vacant?

You don't want to pay a management fee if there is no income coming in. 


9) How do you handle owner payouts?

Knowing when and how you get your money is important. 


10) How do you "market" the property?

Having a property manager that markets your property correctly will help you rent it faster. 


11) What are your income and screening requirements? 

You want to try and get a qualified tenant in your unit and keep them as long as possible.


12) What miscellaneous fees could I be charged?

Again, you don't want to be hit with unexpected fees. 



Selecting the correct property manager is extremely important. Make sure they take the time to get to know you and understand you. Don't hinder too much on web reviews as it is easy for upset tenants to post negative reviews. When checking out a property management company make sure you check the Better Business Bureau. 


Until next time.....   




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