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Michael P. – Houston, TX

If you are buying or selling a home, I highly suggest you go with Wes Wray (Green Residential). He ALWAYS kept my best interest in mind and made my home-buying process as seamless and smooth as possible. From making the initial offer to closing on my home, he was an absolute pleasure to work with. Give him a call!

David R. – Scotland

When I moved back to Scotland in 2012 I decided to appoint Green Residential to look after my rental properties in Houston. I have been very pleased with their services. Their communication is first class and despite being thousands of miles away they are always very responsive. They have also helped me set up an LLC and provided guidance following the change in my residential status.

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Tiny Rooms in Your Income Property? Here’s How to Make Them Look Bigger

It’s hard to convince potential tenants that bigger isn’t always better. The average tenant wants more space for the price, even if it means a little extra upkeep on their part. If you have a rental with very small rooms, it can drive tenants away. You might have a difficult time filling vacancies and retaining… [Read More]

Do I Really Need 20 Percent Down to Buy an Income Property?

Real estate makes an excellent investment because you can leverage funds from other sources to make your purchase. However, you won’t find any mortgage lender who will fund your investment if you don’t put money down first. Your down payment is a sign of good faith that you’ll make your payments and bring in a… [Read More]

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