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Trung H. – Houston, TX

Firstly, thanks for your service. If you are looking for a property management company, you are at the right place. Green will help you from A to Z, listing your house, finding a right tenant, prep the house, any repairs/upgrade works,….. there is nothing that Green won’t do to help you becoming a landlord. Even if this is your first house or you have been in this business for a long time but no longer want to deal directly with the tenants, Green will help you. I have two rentals with them and this is my first time being a landlord, I can not say thanks enough to them. Communication with them is so friendly and easily and even ending contract with them :-). I just ended one property with them and the process was fast and easy. They still manage one for me. Best part for my case, there was one small work their handyman did for my rental but they did not ask me to pay for it. So, take my words and give them a try. Thanks.

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.

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Should You Rent Out Your Property Instead of Selling It?

If you’re ready to move to a different city or a new house, you’ll inevitably consider selling your current home. But selling it isn’t the only option; obviously you don’t want it sitting empty, especially if you’re still making mortgage payments, but you do have the option of renting it as you get settled in… [Read More]

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.

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