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As a landlord, a time may come where you’ll have to evict a tenant. It could be that the tenant has stopped making rent payments or that they have caused excessive property damage. The reasons for needing to evict someone can vary.

That being said, when carrying out an eviction, you must follow th...

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Texas Security Deposit Laws

November 3, 2021, 12:00 am

Landlords can require their tenants to pay a security deposit before lease signing. A security deposit acts as a safety net against a tenant’s negligent action. For example, failing to pay rent or causing excessive property damage.

Now, various states have different rules in regards to how landlo...

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Landlords and tenants in Texas each have certain rights and responsibilities. These are outlined in the statewide Landlord-Tenant Act. These rights and duties become active the moment you and your tenants sign the lease agreement.

The following is a basic overview of the Texas landlord-tenant law...

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"Every week a property sits vacant, there is a 2% loss of the total potential annual rental income. You can write off expenses; you can't write off lost rent. Price your property properly and start the revenue stream."

Occasionally, an owner will want to list their property lease rate higher than...

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Texas Summer = AC Deaths

As another Texas summer starts to come to a close, we've left many, very costly AC systems dead on the side road! The local newspaper reported, "Austin has survived the 2nd-hottest August ever; 27 of the last 31 days have been at 100 or above." this with little to no rain....

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