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Tobi L. (Tenant) – Houston, TX

I will sit here and say it how it is, Green Residential is the best property management group that I have dealt with. I have lived at my current property for over a year now and it has been nothing but great. Firstly the property is very nice and whenever something happens, we send an email and it is responded to in a timely manner and the issue is taken care literally the next day. In regards to paying for bills and rent, they made the process very easy by allowing electronic payments meaning you can pay with debit or credit cards. Even some gift cards can be used as well. But one of the main reason this place has my loyalty is during the recent tragedies in Houston with the Hurricane, my roommate and I were greatly impacted and Green Residential was here to help every step of the way. Very understanding at our point of need and did not hound us for money especially in these times and for that i am grateful. I will recommend any friend, family and even stranger to live at a property managed by them or hiring them to manage a property. Great and excellent company overall.

Clay P. – Trinidad

Green Residential managed my property while I was out of the country. Their communications with both the tenant and me were very quick and efficient. Accounting was simple and effective, plus the fee is quite reasonable as well.

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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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