What To Do If Your Tenants Asks To Sub-Lease In Texas

There are a variety of reasons why your tenant may ask to sub-lease in Texas. Some landlords are fine with it, while others are not. Learn more about the process in our latest post! Sublets can work out just fine so long as the tenant has received the permission of the landlord. All contracts need … Continued

5 Ways to Deal With Bad Tenants in Texas

Anyone who’s been a landlord for any length of item knows that headaches and hassles are simply part of the job description. And number-one among those headaches/hassles is problem tenants. For truly bad tenants in Texas, eviction is always an option. But that can be a lengthy and expensive process, so it’s better to find … Continued

How Landlords Can Save Money Making Repairs In Texas

In order to bring more long term value to the rental property–especially if you’d like to sell in the near future–it’s often recommended a landlord should keep up with regular maintenance any ultimately make the necessary repairs. You can find ways to save money making repairs in order to always keep your property in tip-top … Continued

Using A Lease Option To Sell Your House in Texas

Introduction Selling a house can be a daunting task, especially in a competitive market. Traditional selling methods, such as listing the property with a real estate agent, might not always be the best option for everyone. In Texas, one alternative method that homeowners might consider is using a lease option. This strategy offers flexibility and … Continued

5 Benefits of Selling Your House Via Rent to Own in Texas

For those who may be ready to sell yet can hold onto a house that is ready for rental for a few years longer, the rent-to-own scenario provides some perks that make rent-to-own an option worth considering.  There is a large buyer pool waiting for these opportunities, seeking to attain the lifestyle that homeownership affords … Continued

How to Sell a House in Texas When There Are Multiple Owners

Owning a house with other people has a number of marked advantages: the financial burden of bills and repairs can be shared, and the labor of, say, yard work and maintenance is usually spread among multiple owners. But problems can come up when it’s time to sell. While the actual selling process is pretty much … Continued