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Robert P. – The Woodlands, TX

As an attorney that often works with both landlords and tenants, I have seen my fair share of property management. Green Residential is a one-of-a-kind property management company that goes above and beyond for both their clients and the tenants leasing their client’s properties. I met Leon because my parents hired Green Residential to manage a rental property, I quickly realized that this was the type of company with which you want to build a lasting relationship. I now have the opportunity to work with Green Residential in a professional capacity and am extremely proud to have my name associated with such a fantastic group of people.

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.

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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.

What You Need to Know About Being a Corporate Housing Landlord

Are you looking for a way to increase income on your rental properties? Are you in a nice location that’s surrounded by lots of business activity and other attractions? If you’re willing to go against the grain and do something different, you could be a good corporate housing landlord. Not sure what that entails? Stick… [Read More]

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