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Jim A. – Houston, TX

This is our first time using a property management company and renting our home as a property owner. We first considered Green Residential after reading the on-line reviews, which are primarily very favorable. We have not been disappointed since. We have found Green Residential to be very responsive and easy to work with. Late one evening we sent an e-mail question to Harry Green, and he responded by early the next morning. We have communicated with several people in the company, and we have found them all to be friendly and quick to respond. We recommend Green Residential.

Jackie F. – Houston, TX

Leon Green and his team are GREAT! I work with one of the top Real Estate teams in Houston and we refer Green Residential to all of our investors and landlords. Our clients have had the best experiences with Green Residential! In addition, Leon is a great resource for us when it comes to any questions we have about leases, property management or tenant selection. He goes above and beyond to be helpful to us and is so appreciated! Highly recommend Green Residential.

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9 Productivity Hacks Landlords Can Use to Get Ahead

Productivity is something we’re all constantly trying to maximize. Just head to your local bookstore or run a quick Google search and you’ll find thousands of books, blogs, and articles discussing different ways to increase productivity. But what can you do, as a landlord or real estate investor, to enhance your output within the constraints… [Read More]

8 Ways to be a Successful Landlord While Working a Full-Time Job

Very rarely will you meet someone who is a full-time landlord. In most cases, landlords have full-time careers and use real estate investing as a mechanism for growing their capital. But to be successful, these people have to first figure out what it looks like to balance landlording with a full-time job.

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