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Jeremy H. – Nevada (100+ Units)

I have been in the investment property business in Houston for thirty years.  I have dealt with many property management companies during that time and all relationships ended with an unsatisfactory termination.  I had been managing my own properties in the Inner Loop the last six years, but because of the age and constant maintenance required of older properties, and stress, I decided to turn my properties over to someone else.  Needless to say I interviewed many companies.  I met with Leon Green and his staff.  They seem to have a very competent setup from software to maintenance calls.  What impressed me most was that there is no long term contract to “tie you up” if you are dissatisfied.  Also when we signed the agreement, Leon brought his entire staff and contractors and walked every property they are managing for me, looking in various units.  That gave his company a perspective on what I expect, but I have never had a management company do this.  They were very amenable to incorporate  certain changes in the lease agreements to what I wanted.  Their leasing agents are serious people and only have brought me people that qualify.  We have an extremely high qualification standard.  I am very pleased with the results Green Residential has obtained.

Teri G. (Tenant) – Woodlands, TX

We have relied heavily on Leslie, with Green Residential, to help us with our needs during a stressful move. No disappointments at all! Thank you!!

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