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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.

Gavin P. – New York, NY

Green Residential has been a pleasure to work with as they consistently demonstrate professionalism and exceptional service. The team is very responsive when anything surfaces. I recommend them without reservation.

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8 Options for When Your Home Isn’t Selling

Even if you own a lovely home and have taken care of it for years, there’s no guarantee it’s going to sell in the timeframe you want. If you’re struggling to get any offers in the first few months of your listing, it may be a sign that something’s wrong.

What Are Houston Landlords Really Liable for Under the Fair Housing Act?

The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was enacted to protect buyers and renters from discrimination. The primary prohibition makes it illegal to refuse to rent or sell to a person because of their inclusion in a protected class. Federally protected classes include race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, and disability. The Fair Housing Act… [Read More]

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