Can I enter my rental property if my tenant isn't paying rent?


Generally, no, you may not enter the property solely because the tenant is not paying rent. Texas law grants the tenant the right to possession of the property, meaning the landlord does not have an unfettered right to enter the property, the landlord must have a reason. Almost always, the lease will state when and under what circumstances a landlord may enter the property—failure to pay rent is almost never included.

If your tenant is not paying rent, instead of trying to enter the property, it is a better idea to contact Texas Evictions and have them evicted. We’ll help you get your property back fast without the hassle. Call us today to learn more.


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