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Greg N. – Houston, TX

I chose Green Residential because I was not sure that my house would sell right away. If it sat on the market for months, like some houses for sale in my neighborhood, I wanted a company that could rent it for me and provide all the property management services. Green is great at both so I know I’d be good either way. They recommended a contractor that did quality work at a reasonable price for some upgrades to get the house ready to sell. Their realtor Roman Rodriguez took excellent pictures, was very responsive and sold my house in about a week. I highly recommend this company.

Pepe G. – Houston, TX

Have had Green Residential managed my property for a year now and they have been great with all aspects of management. Communication with the staff is effective and rent collection and disbursement is always on time. I would not hesitate to recommend Green Residential to anyone looking for efficient and professional property management.

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