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Rick Pozos
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Rick Pozos
  • Wholesaler, Rehabber and Landlord
  • San Antonio, TX
Replied Feb 5 2024, 07:54

Nolo.com is a good start. or google "steps to eviction in Texas"

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Account Closed
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  • Dallas
Replied Feb 6 2024, 10:19

Taylor, shoot me a message if you're still looking for guidance here. happy to jump on a quick call to discuss. 

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Michael McKinney
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Michael McKinney
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  • Fort Worth, TX
Replied Mar 26 2024, 13:47

Taylor,

I hope you aren't still dealing with this issue! In the event that you are, feel free to shoot me a message. We help homeowners evict problem tenants all the time.


Wishing you the best!

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Ron S.#2 Foreclosures Contributor
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Ron S.#2 Foreclosures Contributor
  • Paradise, CA
Replied Mar 29 2024, 08:16

not worth doing your own eviction. Hire an attorney for an unlawful detainer and be done with it.