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Ling L. – Longview, TX

Great Customer service, the service team respond the email within 24 hours. Roman my realtor help sold my property within one month. He even worked on his vacation just to keep me updated with my the offer status. I am really pleased and would like to work with Green Residential in the future.

Brittney B. (Tenant) – Houston, TX

The folks at Green Residential have been great. From the application process to move in. There was a little mishap with not getting garage door openers and the correct mailbox key, but they were so very quick to get it all handled. If I ever decide to move within the Houston area again, I will definitely be going through Green and have recommended them to a few of my coworkers. thanks!

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Improving The Maintenance Pipeline: 3 Tools For Landlords

Maintenance and emergency repairs are major issues for landlords and property managers, and even if you have a list of repair professionals at the ready, managing requests and scheduling appointments can quickly take over your schedule. That’s why you need help. Luckily, a growing number of programs aim to support property management professionals in managing… [Read More]

What Is Private Mortgage Insurance?

In a conventional mortgage, you’ll be required to put down at least 20 percent when buying a home. However, many people are unable to produce the full 20 percent, particularly in Houston where the average home price is $300,000, well above the national average. Thankfully, there are programs and opportunities for taking out a mortgage… [Read More]

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