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What to Do When Your Tenant Stops Paying Rent | Property Management Tips Austin, TX
Dated: December 28 2020
Your initial step when a tenant stops paying rent is to contact that tenant. Get in touch by any means you have, whether it’s phone, email, or text message. Find out what’s going on with the tenant and why rent hasn’t come in yet. If they aren’t responding or you can’t get a hold of them, the best thing to do is to start the .* In Texas, it’s a simple procedure.
Jeff Clawson has been a lifelong Central Texas Resident. Jeff was raised in Williamson County near Georgetown and Liberty Hill. Jeff graduated with a BA in Economics from the University of Texas at Au....
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