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Winnie W. – Houston, TX.

Green Residential is a great property management company to work with. Their staff is very professional and always on top of things. I’m sure they have hundreds if not thousands of owners and tenants (combined) that they work with, but GR always know who I am and which property I am referring to when I contact them; and they know where we left off if there were any issues. I have NOT have a single email left un-answer within 24 hours. That is how prompt they are! Highly recommend them to anyone seeking property management service.

Gary M. – San Diego, CA

I have used Green Residential to manage my property in Spring Texas for the past year. I reside in San Diego, and I have never personally met Leon, or anyone from from Green Residential, and that is why communication and straight forward talk is so important. I can tell you from past experiences that you will not find a better company to manage your property. If Google would let me give Green Residential , “Ten Stars” then I would of – in essence I am now giving them a 10.

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9 Productivity Hacks Landlords Can Use to Get Ahead

Productivity is something we’re all constantly trying to maximize. Just head to your local bookstore or run a quick Google search and you’ll find thousands of books, blogs, and articles discussing different ways to increase productivity. But what can you do, as a landlord or real estate investor, to enhance your output within the constraints… [Read More]

8 Ways to be a Successful Landlord While Working a Full-Time Job

Very rarely will you meet someone who is a full-time landlord. In most cases, landlords have full-time careers and use real estate investing as a mechanism for growing their capital. But to be successful, these people have to first figure out what it looks like to balance landlording with a full-time job.

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