About

Indus Communities is a first-generation, family-owned company founded by immigrants who value the cultural significance of family, empowerment, education, hard work, and opportunity. It’s these shared values that create a unique connection and degree of engagement with every resident, as evidenced by the fact that Indus employees live and work in the same neighborhoods as our residents.

Moving into a new neighborhood can be very exciting, but also full of unknowns. To help you feel  comfortable in your new surroundings, our staff is always ready to share what they know about the neighborhood including the inside track on local shops and restaurants, entertainment, and other services that can make your new home more enjoyable.

It’s also comforting to know that 25 percent of Indus employees have an equity stake in the company, which speaks volumes about how we regard our residents. This involvement helps our teams see the big picture and appreciate why doing the right thing is, well, the right thing to do.
 

Our Name

Indus Management Group is named after the Indus people who founded a peaceful civilization nearly 5,000 years ago on the banks of the Indus River, one of the longest rivers in Asia. Communities developed by the Indus people are known for their urban planning and urban environment design, making Indus the perfect reflection of what we do and stand for.

We're Blue Star Certified!

If you’re new to Houston, Blue Star Certification may be unfamiliar, but at Indus, we’re proud to say most of our communities carry this important safety designation. In fact, Indus has more Blue Star Certified homes in Houston than anyone else.


The Blue Star Certification Program is a joint initiative between the Houston Police Department and the Houston Apartment Association. Its goal is to help law enforcement officials and the multifamily housing industry work together to effectively reduce criminal activity in rental properties.

Earning Blue Star Certification requires more than just processing some paperwork. It requires hours of specialized educational training from lawyers, police, and other crime prevention professionals