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I would highly recommend Green Residential to anyone looking for a property manager. They took the time to talk to me personally, as well as answer any questions I had about the process. They’ve made the experience as easy as possible.

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I have nothing but great things to say about this property management company. The listing agent, Pam was prompt in responding to us online and Leslie Green, has gone above and beyond to assist us in becoming functional in our lease property. We are able to easily contact her with any questions and she responds quickly, answering all our questions and arranging services promptly. It has been a stressful move to Houston, but Leslie and this group have made our move in so easy.

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How to Make Your Property More Attractive to Reliable Tenants

Finding reliable tenants is half the battle in property ownership. A reliable tenant will be able to pay you rent on time, will likely stay with you for a long time, and has a low likelihood of causing damage to your property or disrupting your other tenants. A good tenant, therefore, makes your rental property… [Read More]

Did Your Tenant Trash Your Property? 9 Things You Can Do

No matter how carefully you screen your tenants, there’s always the chance that one of them will end up damaging your property. This is a serious problem since property damage can range from something simple (like a hole in the wall) to something devastating, which could compromise the entire profitability of your investment. Fortunately, there… [Read More]

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