When Your Tenant Has Not Paid Rent

Texas law dictates what can be done if a tenant has not paid rent.

This situation normally leads to eviction. The process takes about 30 to 45 days in Texas, provided the tenant does not take steps to prolong the process. 

Your property manager can guide you through all your options if your tenant stops paying rent. Did you know there is a little-known alternative to eviction that might save a landlord thousands of dollars? We call it the "Streamline Cash for Keys Process". Ask your manager about this option that shaves weeks off the eviction process.