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Karl H. – Denver, CO

I have been a customer of Green Residential Property Management since April 2014. Everyone at Green Residential has operated with the highest levels of integrity and honesty within our collective business relationship. They have even operated above and beyond by making themselves available with helpful advice even in situations falling outside of the service contract. This has been extremely valuable for me as I live in Denver, and I absolutely must have someone to manage my property in Houston I can trust. I am happy to say Green Residential is a trusted partner in my property management..

Robert P. – The Woodlands, TX

As an attorney that often works with both landlords and tenants, I have seen my fair share of property management. Green Residential is a one-of-a-kind property management company that goes above and beyond for both their clients and the tenants leasing their client’s properties. I met Leon because my parents hired Green Residential to manage a rental property, I quickly realized that this was the type of company with which you want to build a lasting relationship. I now have the opportunity to work with Green Residential in a professional capacity and am extremely proud to have my name associated with such a fantastic group of people.

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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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