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Samuel B. – Houston, TX

This is my first experience as a landlord and really had no idea where to begin. I begin searching for management companies that would handle rental homes in the area and was having a little difficulty choosing one that I thought would be a good choice. There were several however, after reading the reviews, I passed on them. I came across Green Residential and they appeared to be a good company with good reviews. After choosing Green Residential, we signed the agreement and I have not had any regrets. They have been exceptional in the way that they have handled my rental. I have been very impressed with their professionalism and willingness to guide a newbie through the process. They have answered any question that I had while making the whole process of becoming a landlord extremely easy. If anyone is looking for a very professional and easy to work with management company, I would strongly recommend Green Residential.

Kristen B. – Houston, TX

Loved using Green Residential as our property managers. I have a rental home and did not want to deal with the task of managing it. They took the stress out of the process for me and my tenant. They were responsive, quick and professional. I highly recommend this group!

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Should You Rent Out Your Property Instead of Selling It?

If you’re ready to move to a different city or a new house, you’ll inevitably consider selling your current home. But selling it isn’t the only option; obviously you don’t want it sitting empty, especially if you’re still making mortgage payments, but you do have the option of renting it as you get settled in… [Read More]

How Important Is a Credit Score When Screening Tenants? 

Tenant screening is one of the most important responsibilities of any landlord. This is your chance to make sure your property is occupied by someone who’s going to take care of it, pay for it consistently, and ideally, stay there as long as possible.

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