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Prevent Communication Problems With Texas Tenants

How to Prevent Communication Problems With Texas Tenants

November 28, 2019

Are you struggling to communicate with your tenants? If so, you’re not alone. Many Texas landlords have a hard time getting tenants to call them back and report necessary repairs. When a tenant violates their lease agreement, there are confrontations and heated arguments.

6 Ways Landlords Waste Time (and How to Stop!)

Buying a House in 6 Months? Be Proactive

November 26, 2019

Nobody wakes up one morning and suddenly decide they’re going to buy a house. Most of us require weeks and months of preparation to put ourselves in a position where we can follow through on such a vital financial decision.

Texas Has Expanded Medical Marijuana Access

Texas Has Expanded Medical Marijuana Access – But What Does That Mean For Landlords?

November 8, 2019

As more states expand access to medical and even recreational marijuana, landlords are faced with a new question: do they have to permit marijuana use in their properties? On the recreational front, the question is fairly simple; just as landlords can ban cigarette smoking, they can also ban marijuana. When it comes to medical marijuana,… [Read More]

What Property Owners Should Know About Houston’s Dangerous Housing

What Property Owners Should Know About Houston’s Dangerous Housing

November 6, 2019

Houston is one of the most important rental markets in the United States, with the third-highest number of apartments of any American city – but all isn’t well for the city’s tenants. In a recent study performed by the University of Texas School of Law, researchers determined that about 40% of Houston apartments were built… [Read More]

Thinking Of Selling Your Houston Home?

Thinking Of Selling Your Houston Home? Move Before Predicted 2020 Recession

November 4, 2019

Are you a Houston homeowner considering selling your house? If so, now is the time to act. That’s because, according to experts, home prices are likely at their peak right now, and prices will begin to fall in 2020 with an expected recession. This recession is likely to hit during Q1, after initial predictions that… [Read More]

8 Options for When Your Home Isn't Selling

8 Options for When Your Home Isn’t Selling

October 14, 2019

Even if you own a lovely home and have taken care of it for years, there’s no guarantee it’s going to sell in the timeframe you want. If you’re struggling to get any offers in the first few months of your listing, it may be a sign that something’s wrong.

Landlords And Parking Rules: How To Keep Your Tenants Happy In Houston

Landlords And Parking Rules: How To Keep Your Tenants Happy In Houston

September 30, 2019

  Parking is a major source of frustration for people in large cities, including Houston. Although it’s convenient to live in an apartment that’s within walking distance of downtown areas, the downside is minimal or expensive parking.

Landlords Handle Late Fees In Houston

How Reasonable Landlords Handle Late Fees In Houston

September 27, 2019

In a perfect world, tenants would pay rent on time and make no excuses when they’re late. In the real world, sometimes it doesn’t work that way. Although most tenants are only late on occasion, others are habitually late. Late fees are supposed to discourage tenants from being late with the rent — not provide… [Read More]

A Guide by Katy Property Management

Houston: A Guide by Katy Property Management

November 17, 2014

If you’re looking to lease your property in Houston, you’re in luck. Houston is one of the most exciting cities in the United States, making it a choice location for people looking to move. Houston real property management companies know Houston is a great place to live. Letting your prospective tenants know about some of… [Read More]