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Zhenyu H. – Houston, TX

Green Residential managed my property for lease for a year. I really liked their service and would recommend Green for the following reasons: 1. Very quick to find a tenant. They were able to find several tenants for us to review in the same week that I listed the house for rent. For me that was the most important thing. 2. Communication me during the lease was prompt and efficient. 3. During the end of the lease, the termination procedure with Green was very friendly and simple.

Alejandra G. (Tenant) – Houston, TX

They’ve been great and easy to work with! When I moved to Houston two years ago, I was not very familiar with working with a management company. I was used to dealing directly with owners and was wary about management companies. My wariness has been put to rest thanks to Green Residential. Their staff is courteous and get things fixed in a timely manner. There’s been times when we’ve had emergencies and they were quick to respond, even after hours. I am very thankful for their great customer service.

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6 Signs It’s Time to Upgrade Your Starter Home

  When you were young and just starting out on your financial journey, you bought a house. Maybe you bought it as a single person, or perhaps you were newly married. Whatever the case may be, you bought an affordable home in a quality neighborhood and diligently made your monthly mortgage payment to the bank…. [Read More]

Should You Start Investing in Real Estate With a Single-Family Rental Property?

  There are many good reasons to invest in rental property. You can collect rental income in excess of your ongoing expenses, yielding an immediate profit, and eventually, you should be able to sell the property for more than you originally paid for it.

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