Eviction Services

What is an Eviction Notice?

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Evictions are a legal process by which a landlord removes occupants from a rented property. The situations where evictions are needed vary widely from case to case.

Some of the most common causes for evicting a tenant include:

  • Rent Delinquency
  • Lease Violation
  • Property Damage
  • Expiration of Lease
  • Illegal or Drug Related Activity

The eviction process is time consuming and can be difficult to manage without experience. That is why having a property management company behind the evictions process can help navigate you through the legal minefield that is involved.

Texas Eviction Laws: Processes and Limitations

In Justice Courts, eviction suits for nonpayment of rent, the parties may represent themselves or be represented by an authorized agent, like an eviction lawyer. Note that in these situations an authorized agent requesting or obtaining a default judgement does not need to be an eviction attorney.

After a Justice of the Peace court judges in favor of the landlord at the hearing, there is a 5 day waiting period before the landlord can take possession of the property. During this time frame, the tenant has the right to file an appeal under limited circumstances. We are unable to represent owners if a tenant successfully files an appeal.

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Phases of Evictions

At HuntaHome, we work with evictions from month to month. Based on our significant experience and skill we can help you retain possession of your rental property in a timely manner.

Our fees have been split into two separate phases in order to help you save money during the evictions process.

Phase 1

Phase one offers a $500 Evictions Service Fee as well as other services that include:

  • Prepare and deliver Certified Notice to Pay or Quit
  • Prepare and coordinate filings with Justice of the Peace Court
  • Attend Court and seek possession of the property on your behalf

Phase 2

Phase two offers a $500 Possession Service Fee that includes:

  • Prepare and file Writ of Possession
  • Schedule and meet constable at property for possession
  • Lockout & Rekey Coordination
  • Photo Report of property at possession

The Lockout

The rental home lockout fee consists of:

  • $225 per laborer. The constable requires the number of laborers at the lockout. They range anywhere from 4-8 to be present at time of lockout to move all belongings to the curb.
  • Price includes Rekey & lockbox.
  • Price includes next day haul off & disposal.

Other Services Offered by HuntaHome

Other services that we offer in the realm of evictions include:

Make ready & cleaning. Tenant Screening & Leasing. Property Management. Brokerage Sales.

We service all five counties of DFW: Dallas, Collin, Tarrant, Denton and Rockwall

Eviction Fees by County

Please note that our prices do not include the court costs associated with the different counties we work with.

The fees in the second column would be paid with Phase One, and the last column would be applied with Phase Two.

Collin

Phase 1

$121 for one person. $80 for each additional person.

Phase 2

$185 Writ of Possession Filing Fee.

Dallas

Phase 1

$146 for one person. $85 for each additional person.

Phase 2

$180 Writ of Possession Filing Fee.

Denton

Phase 1

$121 for one person. $80 for each additional person.

Phase 2

$160 Writ of Possession Filing Fee.

Rockwall

Phase 1

$111 for one person. $80 for each additional person.

Phase 2

$212 Writ of Possession Filing Fee.

Tarrant

Phase 1

$121 for one person. $80 for each additional person.

Phase 2

$160 Writ of Possession Filing Fee.

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HuntaHome Will Handle Your Evictions and More

 

If you are dealing with tenant issues that are leading towards the solution of evictions, then we understand that this can be a trying time as a property owner. Get in touch with HuntaHome today to utilize our professional evictions services and let us help you navigate through this temporary issue.