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Green Residential has been managing two of my properties and I could not ask for a better property manager. Throughout the whole process, starting with initial marketing advice, putting the house on the market, Preparing the house for the tenants, handling the tenants’ requests and managing the finances, they have been excellent. It gives me peace of mind to know such a strong manager is in charge of my properties.

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Tenant Harassment: When Problem Tenants Get Aggressive

  Generally speaking, in tenancy situations, the landlord holds the power. They own the property, set the rules, and collect the money. In fact, the imbalance is such that tenants can find extensive information on landlord harassment online, including cases in which landlords engage in a variety of abusive actions and aggressive behaviors to get… [Read More]

Setting Boundaries With Smart Technology

  Today, a growing number of rental properties are fully equipped with smart technology, including thermostats, video doorbells and security cameras, and smart locks. In fact, many tenants have suggested they would pay more for properties equipped with these tools. Still, while such technology is popular, it’s also a source of contention. That’s because these… [Read More]

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