Your Thornton rental property has ongoing needs, and caring for it properly can be a full-time job. We’ve designed a management plan that will meet your needs and exceed your expectations. It doesn’t matter if you’re an investor with an entire portfolio or a local homeowner with a single property on the market. We’re here to help.
From advertising your vacant home to screening tenants and juggling repair requests, we’ll handle everything involved in your rental property. We cover all of Thornton, and the surrounding areas.
Thornton, Idaho, originally called Texas Siding, is a townsite founded in 1917 and exists today as a township of Madison County, Idaho. Thornton was named in honor of William Ezra Thornton, who had been prominent in the establishment of the townsite. Thornton once thrived as "an enterprising center of commerce." Thornton is now primarily a rural community and is home to a potato warehouse and the original Thornton Merc convenience store. When Thornton had a train depot, the Yellowstone Park Special passenger train would stop in Thornton on its way to Mack's Inn and Yellowstone Park. Visitors to Heise Hot Springs would arrive by railroad at Thornton and travel by horse-drawn vehicle to the nearby mineral springs. Source Wikipedia