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Ela W. – Houston, TX

We have worked with Green Residential for about 2 years now and everything has been great. They always respond to any questions and they take care of any issues immediately. They really care about our property, our tenant and us – the owners. They are so thorough with their accounting too. I have never had any questions or doubts about the monthly statements they send because everything is always super clear. Recently we have been working closely with Luis and I have to say he is great and goes out of his way to solve any issues we have with the house. I could not imagine a better management company. They are the best!!

Scott B. – Venice, CA

Green Residential has managed my property near Washington Ave. for about nine months now. They are always very communicative, and manage properties in a way that is very hands-off for owners. They provide sound advice and treat both tenants and owners fairly. I would highly recommend.

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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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