Apartment Management Professionals, LLC (AMP) is a property management company that has been operating since April 7, 2014. AMP is a locally owned and operated business focused on multi-family residential properties. AMP executives pride themselves on delivering hands-on service with honesty and enthusiasm in alignment with each owner’s goals and objectives. AMP is a low-cost alternative to its competitors. This low-cost advantage is a result of efficiencies developed through years of on the job experience, economies of scale gained through long term regional vendor relationships, and a corporate culture of hard work and timely service to clients. Currently, AMP manages more than 30 apartment communities located in Indiana, Ohio, Alabama, Michigan and Florida.

AMP is the culmination of more than 45 years of multi-family real estate management experience. Michael Humphrey and Christina Bledsoe founded AMP in 2014 after working together to build successful businesses for numerous clients over the past 10 years. Together, they have assembled a well-established, dedicated group of managers, service personnel, and vendors as a result of years of experience in the markets in which they manage.

Michael Humphrey serves as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Humphrey is a Licensed Indiana Real Estate Broker and a Certified Property Manager (CPM®) through the Institute of Real Estate Management. Mr. Humphrey has a BA degree from the University of Northern Iowa and has been active in the multi-family housing industry since 1990.

Christina Bledsoe serves as Chief Operating Officer. Ms. Bledsoe is a licensed Indiana Real Estate Broker and a Certified Property Manager (CPM®) through the Institute of Real Estate Management. Ms. Bledsoe has been active in the multi-family housing industry since 1995.

In addition to a well-rounded general understanding of business and industry related concepts, both possess strong interpersonal communication skills as a result of serving numerous years as executive managers in the multi-family industry.