Residential Property Management/Occupancy Laws in Texas

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Tisha wrote at 2013-09-18 07:32:54
I am a Broker in Texas and you must have a Lease Criteria in place before you approve/deny a prospect and/or have different charges just based on occupancy, pets, lease term, etc. Texas has an occupancy law. And be very careful that you do not violate any of the other laws in regards to discrimination in any shape or form.  


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Mike Fortunato

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Very familiar with all aspects of property management (tenant/landlord issues, lease administration, facilities maintenance, financials, etc). 25+ years in property management

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I have been in real estate management for 25+ years, both residential and commercial properties. Currently own and operate a commercial and residential real estate management company in southern California.

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IREM; BOMA; MLS; National Association of Realtors; California Association of Realtors

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CPM (Certified Property Manager) and RPA (Real Property Administrator)

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