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Specialty # of Agencies
Single House or Condo 8
Apartment Buildings 8
Home Owners Association 9
Total Local Companies 21

The average rent for a 3 bedroom house in Houston, TX is $1,264.00. When you receive your requested free market assessment, compare the average rent to what a property manager expects your property to rent for before making your decision on which manager to hire.

Houston, TX Rental Market Overview

Strong Job Creation Drives Houston Investment Demand--Especially for Older Properties
New jobs typically drive interest in new Class A properties, but sometimes developers overplay their hands and don't provide enough product diversity. That's a great thing if you're a landlord looking to sell or rent older Class B or Class C properties in the Houston region. In 2013 Houston added over 95,600 new jobs, and while area developers doubled their new apartment construction to 8,500, nearly all of the units were Class A luxury products, which have subsequently driven demand for Class B and Class C properties according to the 2013 National Apartment Report published by Marcus & Millichap. An overabundance of high-end rental product isn't unique or exceptionally uncommon, but this sort of situation doesn't happen often in large metro markets, especially in Houston, which remains one of the leading regions for job growth in the United States.

Know How to Show and Market Your Investment to Attract the Best Tenants
It might seem easier to market rental properties that are in demand, but small landlords should never expose their investments to unnecessary risks. Just because your properties enjoy a lot of showings doesn't necessarily imply that you're showing your rentals to the best prospective tenants out there. You need to know rental histories to verify how well they'll maintain your investment. You'll need to delve into job histories and credit reports to determine priorities and payments. If you're already showing your properties several times a day, applicant background checks will add to your workload, and you'll probably miss some important connections for reference check calls. Will you let some application details slide unchecked or extend your screening process while your prospective tenants check out the properties offered by your competition? Never consider the notion of hiring a Houston property manager a luxury. If you're competing against larger rental developers, a property management company can give you equal footing. Property managers are practical and essential resources for property exposure, marketing strategies and expedited tenant screenings. They can also connect you with other time-saving services like on-call maintenance contractors and legal services. Discover wha


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Green Residential Earns the 2012 Visitor Choice Award!

Rental Vacancy Rates Low in Houston and Nationwide

Top Single Family Managers

13810 Champion Forest Drive, Suite 220
Houston, TX 77069

Managing: Single-Family :

Serving All of Texas
Statewide, TX 75201

Managing: Single-Family :
Simple FLAT RATE pricing, GUARANTEED tenant within 30 days or its FREE!!

3801 Kirby #152
Houston, TX 77098

Managing: Single-Family :
Receive a call from a Certified Property Manager (CPM) on duty, right now. Thank you!

Top Multi-Family Managers

13803 Jarvis Rd
Cypress, TX 77429

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family :
Our standard of excellence ensures we give our valued customers a higher level of service.

16422 Stuebner Airline, Suite 107
Houston, TX 77379

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family :
30 Years - Property Management - Quality, Affordable, & Professional. BBB accredited corporate office.

8323 Southwest Freeway, Suite 330
Houston, TX 77074

Managing: Multi-Family :
Professional property management is our specialty.

Top Association Managers

Managing: Association :
Bring your community to the 21st century with Ashoka Lion! We focus on accessibility, excellent service, and great pricing.

206-A S. Loop 336 #270
Conroe, TX 77304

Managing: Association :
All services are not the same! Experience the difference...

16000 Barkers Point , Suite 250
Houston, TX 77042

Managing: Association :
Comprehensive community management services

Additional Property Management in Houston, TX

12700 Park Central Drive , Suite 600
Dallas, TX 75251

Managing: Association :
YOUR COMMUNITY DESERVES THE BEST. Become part of a world-class organization dedicated to driving the standard of excel...

16690 Park Row
Houston , TX 77084

Managing: Association :
The 350+ Home HOA Experts. CLICK to Hear What Our Board Members Have to Say!

800 S. Gay Street , Suite 700
Knoxville, TN 37929

Managing: Association :
We offer REMOTE and VIRTUAL accounting services to Community Associations.

PO Box 670015
Houston, TX 77267

Managing: Multi-Family :
If your 75 units and up asset isn't returning 12- 15% or more on equity each year, us right away!

17049 El Camino Real #100
Greater Houston Market, TX 77058

Managing: Association :
YOUR COMMUNITY DESERVES THE BEST. Become part of a world-class organization dedicated to driving the standard of excel...

16422 Stuebner Airline, Suite 107
Houston, TX 77379

Managing: Multi-Family :
30 Years - Property Management - Quality, Affordable, & Professional. BBB accredited corporate office.

13313 Southwest Freeway #208
Sugar Land, TX 77478

Managing: Single-Family :
Making property management manageable

33300 Egypt Ln, Ste K500
Magnolia, TX 77354

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family : Commercial
Making property management manageable.

P.O. Box 690269
Houston, TX 77269

Managing: Association :
Preferred Management values its customers.

Managing: Multi-Family :
We successfully assist our owners and partners in strategic investments by adjusting quickly to market cycles, maximiz...


Q2 2015 Rental Ranking Report

The good news if you're thinking of moving to Houston is that it's not Dallas. No big hair, no pollution, and help is there when you need it. "No one ever said, 'Dallas, we have a problem,'" says Angela Shah of Yahoo News. Houston is bigger, bolder and richer. In fact, Houstonians average a $4,000 higher per capita income than their neighbors to the north.

If you have to get sick, Houston is the best place to do it. The Texas Medical Center (largest on the planet) is standing by, waiting to serve you with 21 hospitals. If they can't figure out what's wrong with you, perhaps a scientist in one of TMC's eight research facilities will.

When oil prices started tanking in early 2015, nearly 12,000 Houston workers received pink slips. Other industries bear the brunt of this, and the city has seen layoffs elsewhere, such as in the hospitality and financial sectors.

That the job outlook in Houston is rosier than the national average, according to Manpower's Employment Outlook Survey, is good news for job seekers but small consolation to the pink-slipped. When the economy is humming, Houston is an amazing city for job hunting, with 26 Fortune 500 companies headquartered here.

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the fact that Houston boasts 49,643 acres of total park space, used for both community events and recreation. You'll even find seven dog parks right here in the city.

Walking the local parks' trails is likely the only time you'll want to hoof it in H-Town. Although Houston ranks high for walkability compared to other large cities in Texas, you will need a car when you move here. Otherwise, consider some of Houston's more walkable neighborhoods, such as The Heights, Highland Village or West University.

For those with wheels, Houston is their oyster when it comes to dining, entertainment and cultural pursuits. Home to a diverse dining scene, you'll find every cuisine from around the globe tempting you to leave the kitchen and dine out on the town.

Like any self-respecting large urban area, Houston has a plethora of entertainment offerings, including movies, comedy clubs, concerts, nightclubs, dive bars, family events and more. The city's museum district can eat an entire weekend with stops at the Holocaust Museum, the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, Houston Museum of Natural Science and others.

One thing you can count on is that you'll have spectacular weather to do just about anything you want in Houston; the city enjoys warm, sunny weather almost year-round. Sure, it gets hot in the summer - an average high of 95 degrees Fahrenheit in August - but you'll rarely be subjected to extreme heat such as you'd find in Arizona. It is humid, however, and that takes some getting used to for many newcomers.

Q2 2015 Houston Rental Market Update

In Q2 2015, Houston was the fourth-best rental market in the Southwestern U.S. and 32nd-best in the country as a whole. Since Q1 2015, Houston jumped two spots in the Rental Ranking Report's regional rankings for the Southwestern U.S. and one spot in the national rankings.

The Houston rental real estate market is unfortunately far from perfect from the perspective of rental property owners. Houston's vacancy rate (7.90 percent) and capitalization rate (4.96) were much worse than their respective national averages in Q2 2015, 6.72 percent and 4.96 percent. Houston's low capitalization rate is particularly concerning as "cap rates" compare annual rents to property values and are one of the primary metrics used by rental real estate investors to gauge the attractiveness of rental properties. Given that Houston's average cap rate was 27 percent lower than the national average in Q2 2015, rental property investors are able to make much more profitable investments elsewhere.

Regardless, Houston rental real estate can still be lucrative. The Houston market's high annual rental price and property value appreciations (6.63 percent and 10.00 percent) are vastly greater than their respective national averages and "Space City" should therefore be of interest to any savvy rental property investor.

What data is this Rental Ranking Report based on?

To calculate the statistics found in the Q2 2015 Rental Ranking Report, Halby gathered data, including the most recent government housing and jobs data, for 75 metros across the United States. Specifically, we looked at home vacancy, capitalization, home value appreciation and job growth rates, changes in rental prices, and the average number of days properties have been on the market to determine which U.S. metros will give investors the highest returns on rental investments. Click here to learn more about the Rental Ranking metrics.

Should I invest in Houston rental property?

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Halby specializes in connecting rental property owners with professional property managers in communities across the United States. These property managers help set rental rates, advertise properties, screen and manage tenants, collect rent, manage vendor relationships and ensure compliance with local, state and federal housing regulations. They take the hassle and worry out of managing rental properties - all while maximizing rental property owners' rental incomes.