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Happy Customers

Sanford H. – Houston, TX

One of the best things I have ever done !
I truly appreciate the work Green Residential does. If there is something that needs to be dealt with at my property they let me know and then they handle it. From keeping the property leased to calling a plumber they have dealt with every issue my property needed correctly and quickly. Real attention to detail.

Susan G. (Tenant) – Houston, TX

I cannot say enough good things about Green Residential! The staff is professional and courteous beyond expectation.

My husband and I had been in the process of purchasing a property and at the last minute decided not to move forward. We were already packed, had movers scheduled and were anxious to move when we began our search for a rental property.

Our first contact with Green Residential was Pam, the realtor who showed us a house perfectly suited to our needs. She was wonderful! Understanding our circumstances, she immediately went to work to expedite the lease and get us into the property of our dreams within three days although the property had only just been listed and make-ready had not been completed.

As soon as we were in the house, Leslie Green Wray took over to address the make-ready issues in a timely manner. She was also helpful in our transferring utilities, etc. on such short notice. She has truly gone out of her way to make us comfortable and happy in our new home!

I also want to commend the various service professionals Green has sent out for repairs…all trustworthy, courteous and efficient tradesmen!

We couldn’t be happier!!

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Is Co-Owning a Property a Good Idea? 5 Things to Consider

If you’re thinking about getting your feet wet in property investing, but don’t know where to begin, or if you want to split the responsibilities with someone else, you might consider the options of co-owning (and by extension, co-managing) a property. While there are some advantages to this arrangement, you’ll need to think carefully about… [Read More]

You Need a Real Estate Investing Mentor – Here’s How to Find One

If you’re just getting started in real estate investing, or have a couple of rental properties already but don’t feel like you’re prepared for all of the challenges you encounter on a daily basis, you could probably benefit from a mentor. It’s something you should at least be open to.

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