A Texas Landlord’s Guide to Noise and Disturbances

As a landlord, dealing with noisy tenants or other nuisances can be challenging. In Texas, the standard for what constitutes a legally actionable nuisance is high. It’s essential for landlords to understand their responsibilities and the proactive measures they can take to manage these situations effectively. Understanding Nuisance in Rental Properties A nuisance involves more…

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What Happens to Your Rental Property After Divorce in Texas?

Navigating a divorce involves sorting out shared assets and deciding who gets what. This can become particularly complex when it involves rental properties. In Texas, which adheres to community property laws, the division of these assets must follow specific rules that may impact your real estate investments significantly. Understanding Community vs. Separate Property In Texas,…

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What Happens When a Tenant is Called to Active Military Duty?

Understanding the SCRA The SCRA is a federal law that offers various protections for active-duty service members, including the ability to terminate residential leases without penalty upon deployment or relocation. This act ensures that military personnel can serve without worrying about civil obligations back home. The Texas Association of Realtors Lease Provisions In Texas, the…

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