If Mn could be partly substituted by Fe, Ti-Mn-Fe alloys would be less costly than Ti-Mn alloys. Furthermore, the use of iron as a beta-stabilizing element is more suitable than the use of manganese from a situation of an element strategy. In this study, 4.26 was admitted as the average ratio of valence electrons to atoms, e/a. The compositions of Mn and Fe were chosen under 4.26 as e/a. We investigated the influence Fe in selected Ti-Mn-Fe alloys by performing electrical resistivity, Vickers hardness, and X-ray diffraction measurements. In solution-treated and water-quenched 10Mn alloy, the beta and athermal omega phases were identified, while only the beta phase was identified in 8.7Mn-1Fe, 6.1Mn-3Fe, and 3.5Mn-5Fe alloys. In all alloys, equiaxial beta grains were observed by optical microscope. The resistivities at room and liquid-nitrogen temperatures and the Vickers hardness were relatively invariant across all Ti-Mn-Fe alloys, except for the Vickers hardness of the 5Fe alloy. During aging at 773 K, an isothermal omega phase precipitated in only the 3.5Mn-5Fe alloy, whereas only the alpha phase precipitated in the others.