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Karl H. – Denver, CO

I have been a customer of Green Residential Property Management since April 2014. Everyone at Green Residential has operated with the highest levels of integrity and honesty within our collective business relationship. They have even operated above and beyond by making themselves available with helpful advice even in situations falling outside of the service contract. This has been extremely valuable for me as I live in Denver, and I absolutely must have someone to manage my property in Houston I can trust. I am happy to say Green Residential is a trusted partner in my property management..

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Leon Green and his team are GREAT! I work with one of the top Real Estate teams in Houston and we refer Green Residential to all of our investors and landlords. Our clients have had the best experiences with Green Residential! In addition, Leon is a great resource for us when it comes to any questions we have about leases, property management or tenant selection. He goes above and beyond to be helpful to us and is so appreciated! Highly recommend Green Residential.

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What to Expect When You’re Inspecting: Top 10 Things to Watch in a Property Inspection

When you’re getting ready to buy a property, whether it’s for you and your family to live in, or for you to use as an investment vehicle, you should have a property inspection done. A home inspection costs, on average, $315, but can help you find anything wrong with the home proactively—and potentially adjust the… [Read More]

How to Be Happy in a Small House

Over the years, the notion has always been that the bigger the house you have, the more successful you must be. However, experience shows that many people who live in big houses are actually “house poor” – meaning most of their money goes towards their home and they don’t have the financial resources to do… [Read More]

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