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Judy T. – Irvine, CA

I cannot say enough good things about my experiences with Green Residential team. They have been managing our rental property in Houston for over 1 year now while we have lived in California. We had some maintenance issues and they were very accommodating and handled the situation very promptly. All the staff seems to really enjoy what they do and are just a genuinely positive group of people. They are very personable and professional and I trust them completely. I know my home is being cared for and is in excellent hands with Green Residential Team! I highly recommend them for your property management needs.

C.H. – Houston, TX

Green Residential has managed my property in Houston for the two years I have been out of the country. I have had zero issues; their professionalism and responsiveness have been exceptional. They deal well with the tenants and the lines of communication are always open and clear. Any issues with the home (e.g., needing a new dishwasher) were dealt with promptly and with little needed intervention from me. I would highly recommend them. Their personal attention to detail puts them over the top. Thanks so much for all you do!!

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Security Deposit vs. Move-In Fee: Which is Better for Landlords?

Landlords are always looking for ways to reduce risk and increase profitability. And when you let someone else live in your property, one of the biggest risks involves the potential damage they could do to the residence. For years, the security deposit has been the preferred method of compensating for property damage related risk. But… [Read More]

Real Estate Investing: How to Learn From Failure

Our culture looks at failure as a curse word. We view it as an unnatural thorn in the side of what should otherwise be a smooth path to success. But this is the wrong way to view mistakes and disappointments. Because while they never feel good in the moment, failures have the ability to cultivate… [Read More]

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