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Kelly N. (Tenant) – Houston, TX

I moved into a property that had been treated extremely poorly by the previous tenants; hence, there were numerous issues that needed to be resolved. I began getting very frustrated, as the property owners didn’t exactly resolve the issues in a timely manner; however, with extensive help from Leslie Green, all of my issues have been resolved. She has been patient, understanding, proactive and, ultimately, has made it to where I want to extend my lease despite the numerous challenges we placed in the first few months of my residency. I would highly recommend Leslie and the Green Residential company. They truly look out for their tenants.

Gary M. – San Diego, CA

I have used Green Residential to manage my property in Spring Texas for the past year. I reside in San Diego, and I have never personally met Leon, or anyone from from Green Residential, and that is why communication and straight forward talk is so important. I can tell you from past experiences that you will not find a better company to manage your property. If Google would let me give Green Residential , “Ten Stars” then I would of – in essence I am now giving them a 10.

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The 9 Reasons Your Investment Property Could Lose Money

Investment properties and rental properties seem like easy ways to make money. In most cases, you’ll be able to charge more in rent than you’ll pay in a monthly mortgage payment, and if all goes well, you can pocket the difference as free income every month. Plus, your property is likely to appreciate in value,… [Read More]

How Many Hours a Week Do Landlords Have to Work?

You’ve likely heard that real estate investing is one of the easiest ways to become a millionaire. And it’s partially true; real estate prices tend to slowly rise over time (at least in valuable areas), and in the meantime, you’ll be able to collect rent checks from your tenants. However, there are hidden costs to… [Read More]

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