During the purchase of an investment residential home I asked my Real Estate agent for a property management referral. She promptly recommended Green Residential. She advised me she had not personally used their services but they were the go to firm for her agency and that most if not all the other agents either used Green Residential personally for their rental properties and referred them to their clients if requested. My agent further advised me she was planning on using them for rental properties she owned. That was good enough for me. I had previously tried to call another firm and they never answered their phone and the mailbox was full and not taking any more messages. I tried a few more times with the same results. It then occurred to me my tenant would have this same issue when they called. This is when I asked for a referral. I called Green and left a message. The owner Leon promptly called me back and explained their services. I decided to give them a try mainly because of the referral but was impressed that the owned called me. I have very impressed with services and would gladly refer them to my friends.
Gregg H. – Houston, TX
Sanford H. – Houston, TX
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.
There’s a popular saying that goes like this: “Happy wife, happy life.” Basically, as long as your wife is happy, things will be easy for you. As any experienced landlord knows, a similar concept holds true with renters. You could just as easily say, “Happy tenant, happy life.” It isn’t nearly as catchy, but it… [Read More]
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