What We Do
IGH Properties believes in ethical, reliable, and active property management. The reason is simple: Properties that are better managed lead to happier tenants. Happier tenants lead to higher rents. Higher rents lead to a healthier long-term investment for you and your family, no matter where your military career takes you. Unlike other “set-it-and-forget-it” property management organizations, IGH Properties embraces the morals, work ethic, and dedication to service we learned during our own military service. The results? A hands-on, fully committed, leave-no-stone-unturned approach to quality property management that thrills your tenants, reduces turnover, and maximizes your property investment by receiving timely rent payments and higher rental income over time.
Leasing & Tenant Screening
IGH Properties works with you to find the perfect tenant for your home, and then actively managing that rental on your behalf. No frantic calls to realtors, no worrying about any changes in the housing market, and no stress over finding a quality tenant for your home: IGH Properties handles all of your tenant related business – letting you focus on the important work of relocating your family.
Accounting & Bookkeeping
Think of us as your complete financial back office answer that delivers transparent, accurate, and most critically, audit-ready reporting. We take charge of all of your rental financials including accounting, bookkeeping, and rent collection. We also handle interpreting, classifying, analyzing, reporting, and summarizing all of the financial data to help you see first-hand the impact of renting out your home to pay down your home mortgage.
Who We Serve
For many military families experiencing the anxieties of a PCS move, the idea of renting their home can seem like an impossible task. From worrying about rent collection to property upkeep, concerns about rental lawsuits to evictions, or simply dealing with nightmare tenants – there are several reasons some military families feel selling their home is their only option, choosing to forego the financial opportunity that comes with renting their home.