The process of evicting your tenant can’t begin without you contacting Texas Tenant Evictions. The first step in our process is speaking and working directly with you and learning the details on your case. We’ll want to know the following:
- Where your property is located so we can correlate it to the correct Justice of the Peace Court.
- Why you need to evict your current tenant(s). Unfortunately, you can’t just evict someone because you don’t like the way they look. We’ll need to know the justifications behind you wanting to evict your tenant so we know if there is a real case there.
- How much back rent is owed to you if it’s a case of non-payment or the details on another scenario that justifies evicting someone.
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Our eviction process requires we gather all necessary information to prove your case in a court of law. You’ll correspond directly with a representative and provide them with the following items:
- A copy of the lease for each tenant you are wanting to evict.
- It is necessary for us to review your tenant’s lease to check for any underlying things that may affect the outcome of your petition for eviction.
- All written communications between you and your tenant regarding the cause of wanting to evict them as well as any pertinent information that could help or hurt in a court of law.
- You’ll receive a copy of our Eviction Service Agreement for you to review and sign. This allows us to be the agent representing you as well as smooths out a few other details.
You’ll work directly with Grant, our business development manager during this phase of the process. You can send him an email to get started.
You are completely hands-off from this point forward. Your problem tenant is our headache now! Our team will keep you up to date with what’s happening with your case and where we stand. Your tenant will be served with a three day notice, which can be intimidating with the letter head “Texas Tenant Evictions”. Actually so much so that we regularly successfully remove tenants from their residence without ever seeing a court room.
Once your tenant receives our notice we’ll wait the three days to see if they contact us to try and resolve the issue before proceeding with a petition for eviction. Refer any contact your tenant tries to make with you to our team and we’ll do the talking on your behalf!
In the event your tenant contacts us, we will try and work with them to resolve the situation and have them vacate the property. As mentioned earlier, we have a great track record of removing tenants without involving any of the courts – saving you hundreds on court fees!
In the event your tenant doesn’t contact us we’ll do everything in our power to procure a judgement against them. The petition for eviction will be filed with the appropriate civil court and we will be assigned a hearing date.