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Nobody rents out a property thinking they’ll need to evict a tenant later on, but sometimes eviction becomes necessary. A tenant who starts off stable could lose their job unexpectedly and be left without a reserve to pay their rent. Sometimes tenants are on their best behavior until they get into the unit and then… [Read More]
You didn’t want it to come to this—no landlord does. The eviction process is messy and intimidating if you’ve never had to file one before, but in some cases, you don’t have much of a choice. To preserve the integrity of the property and begin collecting rent on time once again, you need your tenant… [Read More]
There are some parts of being a landlord that nobody wants to go through. However, sometimes circumstances demand it. While leasing your Houston property, you may come up against the unpleasant need to evict a tenant. Eviction is a last resort, but is necessary in certain unfortunate situations.
Too often landlords do not realize how simple it is to evict a tenant when payment of rent has not occurred. If you’re a landlord or property manager, you don’t have to hire an expensive attorney to evict a tenant for you – just put the “How To” steps below into practice and see how… [Read More]