Deer Park Property Management
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Property Management Services offered in Deer Park
At Green Residential, our flat-rate management fee helps to keep your rental property profitable. For your convenience, we make sure owners receive an electronic accounting statement which includes a copy of any invoice paid during the previous month. We invest in web-based technology to make sure our team responds promptly to requests from owners, investors, and tenants. In addition, Green Residential minimizes the number of homes each employee is responsible for managing. This allows our clients to receive the professional attention they deserve.
We screen all prospective tenants at no cost to our clients. We screen tenants based on their credit, employment, and rental history, as well as conducting a criminal background check. We don't collect a management fee if you aren't paid, therefore we have an incentive to find the best tenant for you.
By having a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) oversee the finances of each home under management, we provide Green Residential clients with the comfort of knowing the income, expenses & security deposits related to their property are being taken care of by a professional.
Our professional leasing team ensures that each owner’s property has the best opportunity to be leased quickly. These leasing services include rental price analysis, professional quality photography, listing home on the local MLS, and prompt responsiveness to potential applicant inquiries.
Our web based technology allows us to collect rent from tenants electronically and distribute rent electronically to owners at no additional charge to either party. We assess late fees and send notices when a tenant fails to pay rent on time. All late fees are passed on to our owners.
We believe that the photographs we take and use for our rental listings are important because they entice prospects to view our homes. We invest in top of the line cameras and digital photography software to provide professional quality photographs.
We provide clients with dependable, quality repair & maintenance services that can be trusted. Our administrators and contractor are the best in their category whom we have worked with for years. We understand how highly residential owners value their property, so we make sure to show their homes the amount of consideration and care they would themselves. Our prompt repair & maintenance program is one of the ways we excel.
Evicting a tenant may be one of the most unpleasant parts of being a landlord, but it can also be vitally important. Our clients can rely on our professional assistance when having to deal with this uncomfortable task.
We monitor a 24 hour support line during non-business hours to ensure that tenant emergencies are promptly responded to in order to provide excellent customer service to our tenants and ensure our Owner's property is protected.
Why Homeowners Trust Green Residential Property Management in Deer Park
We offer experienced residential property managers who can provide each of our clients with quality service that is tailored to meet their needs. From leasing to tenant screening to repair & maintenance, we know exactly how to manage all aspects of residential rental property. When you choose Green Residential, you choose a property management service you can depend on.
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T. de Belloy
"We gave all of our apartments & single family home portfolio to be managed by Green Residential and they go above and beyond to make our tenants happy & keep our properties in great shape. By working with Green Residential we can now focus on acquiring more properties and not worry about the rest."
Highly recommend them to anyone
"Green Residential is an excellent manager. I would highly recommend them to anyone. I've been an owner and investor in residential real estate for 15 years and Green Residential is the best property manager I've worked with. The staff is extremely high quality providing a great experience for both my team and my tenants."
Partner to manage all our properties
"Based on the time of response, effective communication, automated systems, and streamlined processes in place, we selected Green Residential as a partner to manage all our properties going forward. We are very pleased with Green Residential and look forward to many years of working together."
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Looking to Buy Property in Deer Park?
If you’re considering buying property in Deer Park, contact Green Residential to find out how we can help. We’re a professional, experienced property management company with over three decades of experience serving the Deer Park area and we take pride in serving our clients.
We offer a full service property management package that includes access to a reliable network of fully vetted maintenance personnel, rent collection services, tenant screening, and so much more. We also have a free home search tool on our website that you can use to get a free property management analysis on your Deer Park home. Contact us today!
What You Should Know Before You Buy a Property in Deer Park Texas
Deer Park is a city in Harris County, not far from Houston and part of the greater Houston metropolitan area. If you’re looking for real estate in southeast Texas, Deer Park should be on your list of places to search and visit.
Deer Park is located about 20 miles to the east of Houston, close to the Houston Ship Channel, one of the busiest seaports in the country. Commuting to Houston takes about 25 minutes, and the city covers about 10.4 square miles of land.
Deer Park was originally founded by a man named Simeon Henry West, in 1892. West was a farmer and retired legislator, and named the town for the inordinate number of deer that roamed the area. Shortly after its founding, it was the home to a newly opened railroad station, and the population began to fluctuate as railroad traffic began to bring people through.
By 1922 or so, the town’s population had diminished to nearly nothing, with only four residential houses in the area, but everything changed when Shell Oil broke ground on a new refinery in 1928. Within a decade, the population grew to over 100, and the population flourished even further when Deer Park became a site for toluene plants (which are used to produce TNT).
Deer Park is also known for its proximity to the location of the Battle of San Jacinto—the pivotal battle in the Texas Revolutionary War. On April 21, 1836, Texas officially gained independence from Mexico, and since Deer Park is where the treaty was signed, it’s often hailed as the “Birthplace of Texas.”
Demographics and Income
Deer Park is home to a population of nearly 33,000, and sports a population density nearly as dense as Houston itself, at 3,153 people per square mile. The median age for a Deer Park resident is 34.5, and 63 percent of residents are married. Nearly 90 percent of its residents are Caucasian, with only 29 percent of its residents having Hispanic or Latino origin (which is low compared to surrounding areas). Most people in the area have a household income between $60,000 and $100,000 per year, and there’s a high number of children in the area due to the presence of many families.
The Education System
Most people in Deer Park are served by the Deer Park Independent School District. However, some are served by the La Porte Independent School District. Deer Park High School and La Porte High School are, accordingly, the two major high schools in the region. There are four junior high schools in the area, and seven elementary schools. Open enrollment is also available, allowing children not within the Deer Park school district to attend Deer Park school district schools.
The Deer Park school system has a rating of 6 out of 10 on GreatSchools.org, making it better than average.
Things to Do
There are several interesting things to keep you busy in Deer Park:
- Deer Park is, appropriately, home to a number of small parks, designed with children and families in mind. In the summers, they’re home to a special “concerts in the park” series, which brings out country musicians (and other types of musicians) once a week to put on a free show for city residents.
- San Jacinto Monument and Museum. Nearby, you’ll find the San Jacinto Monument and Museum, which labels and explores the pivotal battle that led to Texas’s state independence from Mexico. In Deer Park, you’ll also find a replica of the cabin where the original treaty was signed (the original cabin’s location is now an oil refinery).
- Proximity to other areas. Deer Park also celebrates its location to other areas in southeast Texas. It’s only 20 miles away from downtown Houston, and is close to Pasadena, La Porte, Baytown, and even Highlands. Because of that, there are even more attractions and things to do within a 20-minute driving radius of the city.
Deer Park has a fairly low crime rate that keeps property values high. It’s safer than 37 percent of United States cities, with only 1.2 violent crimes per 1,000 residents per year. The national median, for comparison, is 3.8.
The median value for a home is currently $164,705, and a whopping 63.1 percent of homes sold in the area go between $123,000 and $247,000. Only 6.1 percent of homes sell for $62,000 or less. There are approximately 11,170 homes available in the area, and the average market rent stands about $1,291 per month. However, the vast majority of homes are held by owners, at 74 percent. Another 4.5 percent of properties in the area are currently vacant.
Most homes in the area are single-family, and because of how the city’s population grew, most of the homes were built between 1970 and 1999—55 percent, to be exact. About 19.7 percent have been built since 2000, and another 24 percent were built between 1940 and 1969.
Is Deer Park Right for You?
So is Deer Park the place for your next home? Here’s how you can tell if Deer Park is right for you:
- You’re looking to raise a family. Most of the homes in the area are single-family, and most residents are married. In addition, the school system is good and the neighborhoods are very safe. Deer Park is an ideal place to raise a family. If you’re looking to rent a property, Deer Park may not be for you, as less than a quarter of the population currently rents.
- You want a diversity of home choices. The home values in the area are higher than average, but there’s a wide selection to choose from. Houses from multiple time periods are available, so you should be able to find almost anything you’re looking for.
- You want to be close, but not too close. Deer Park is close to some of the most populated and most interesting parts of Texas, but it’s far enough away that you’ll have space to yourself. Just be aware that the population density is still higher than what you’d find in a truly rural area.
If you’re ready to start looking for Deer Park properties, make sure to take advantage of our intuitive property search tool! We’ll help you find exactly what you’re looking for.