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Jonathan S. – Michigan

We chose Green Residential 2 years ago to rent and manage our house in Houston when we moved to Michigan. We chose to use Green again when we bought an investment property in Houston last year. Green is helping us now to get ready for us to move back in next month. It’s been a great experience. Quick responses and good advice. I have had no problems and the rent check keeps coming without interruption. I would highly recommend them to both out of towners and Houston residents with an investment property. I will continue to us Green after I move back to Houston.

James J. – Las Vegas, NV

Green Residential made the process of leasing my home a pleasant experience. Their experience and expertise was apparent in every way…from determining fee, suggestions on contract content, finding and screening tenant. The office staff has been nothing short of professional. I recently recommended Green Residential to a friend who relocated to Atlanta. They have indicated that they are very pleased with working with Green Residential in the rental process of their home. Looking forward to long term working relationship with them

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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.

Are You Struggling to Save for a Down Payment on a House? Here’s What You Should Do

Millions of people dream of one day owning their own home, but either don’t know where to start or have found it impossible to get the momentum they need to afford one.

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