We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive knowledge of apartments, townhouses, condos and single family homes in the Austin area.
If you’re an agent seeking a partner property management company in the Austin area, we are grateful for the business and will remain loyal to you as a partner. Please see our Agent Referral information to find out more about ways we can partner to help one another.
Morris Green Properties is a member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) and a fully licensed Texas Real Estate Brokerage. (Lic. #9002925)
We understand that not all property owners need the same services from a Property Management Company. Whether you’re a savvy investor requiring a robust scope of ongoing management services, or a hands-on owner who may not necessarily require a full time manager, we have a solution that’s built for you.
We offer 2 different types of management services to property owners. Both options are simple, straightforward and reasonably priced.
Our tenant placement services are intended for the investor who needs assistance in marketing their property for rent, qualifying tenants, and ensuring that their rental home is 100% in compliance with Texas Property Code Standards before moving anyone in. Once a tenant is placed, the property is returned to you to manage from that point forward. It’s really that simple.
Tenant placement services may be suitable for a hands-on investor who lives locally in Austin. However, this service might stretch the capabilities of an out-of-town investor, or an individual with several properties significantly. For these owners, we certainly recommend the Full Service Option.
With our Full Service management Package, we handle EVERYTHING. You, as the investor, behave as just that – an investor. And the information from our team will tell you exactly how that investment is performing. At Morris Green Properties, we use the most advanced property management software to deliver you the most comprehensive analysis and profit and loss statements available in property management, all while encompassing a broad scope of additional services intended to take the guesswork, and the risk, out of your investment.
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Q: What type of tenant qualifies for these homes?
A: Each property owner has different requirements regarding credit standing, minimum income, and other factors. Most look closer at your rental / employment history and ability to make monthly payments and less on your actual credit score. You can get more information by viewing the information on Resident Screening Criteria.
Austin, Travis County, and Williamson County have been the site of human habitation since at least 9200 BC. The earliest known inhabitants of the area lived during the late Pleistocene (Ice Age) and are linked to the Clovis culture around 9200 BC (11,200 years ago), based on evidence found throughout the area and documented at the much-studied Gault Site, midway between Georgetown and Fort Hood.
When settlers first arrived from Europe, the area was inhabited by the Tonkawa tribe, and the Comanches and Lipan Apaches were known to travel through the area as well. Spanish colonists, including the Espinosa-Olivares-Aguirre expedition, traveled through the area for centuries, though few permanent settlements were created for some time. In 1730, three missions from East Texas were combined and reestablished as one mission on the south side of the Colorado River, in what is now Zilker Park, in Austin. The mission was in this area for only about seven months, and then was moved to San Antonio de Béxar and split into three missions. In the mid-18th century, the San Xavier missions were located along the Colorado River, in what is now western Milam County, to facilitate exploration.
Early in the 19th century, Spanish forts were established in what are now Bastrop and San Marcos. Following the independence of Mexico, new settlements were established in Central Texas, but growth in the region was stagnant because of conflicts with the regional Native Americans. Source From Wikipedia