Rental Services by Creel Investments employs a full time Maintenance Department to maintain your rental property.Learn More +
Our goal is to keep any maintenance or repair cost that we perform for our clients at at a minimum. We also offer the service of coordinating larger jobs that may be out of the scope of our maintenance team with sub contractors.
Rental Services by Creel Investments is an established locally owned company.Learn More +
With 20 years of experience, our highly qualified team of professionals will manage your property with sound principles, based on integrity, honesty and reliability while maximizing your NOI. We can offer you the management expertise that will allow you the opportunity to focus on your other priorities.
Rental Services by Creel Investments is committed to equal opportunity and fair housing standards which means:Learn More +
When asked if we have properties on housing:
“Our owner does not participate in the program.”
Provide same information to all applicants, NO STEERING & CHILLINGS
Steering – direct to a specific area
Chillings – saying discouraging things to keep from renting
When asked “What kind of people live here?”
“Anyone who meets our qualifications are welcome to live here”
When asked “What is the area like?”
“We can only direct you to contact the local police department.”
Always ask the same questions to each person to avoid linguistic profiling (how they sound-accent) or name profiling (based on their name).
In 1886, Sam Courville moved his family from a Sabine Lake settlement in Port Arthur
to a new home on 640 acres (2.6 km2) of land. It would be in that same general area
around 1911 that John Warne Gates purchased additional tracts of land. The land was
conveyed to the Griffing brothers of Port Arthur in 1916 and three years later,
Griffing Brothers Nursery employee Wiley Choate supervised the planting of several
thousand pecan treeson a 385-acre (1.56 km2) tract. In 1921, the Port Arthur Land
Development Company took control of the site and divided the land into a residential
subdivision known as Pecan Grove. The name was later shortened to "Groves," after
development representative and pioneer Port Arthurian Asa Groves.