What are the risks for the owner when filing an eviction in Texas?

 

Filing an eviction does have risks. A wrongful eviction can result in further litigation with the tenant. In a wrongful eviction suit, the tenant can recover damages, such as the cost of replacement housing, lost wages, etc.

The eviction process can be confusing, and one misstep can cause the landlord to lose and start again — spending more time and more money in pursuit of evicting. This delay could let the tenant stay in the property for several additional months no matter how badly you want them to leave your property.

Hire our experts at Texas Evictions and we’ll get your eviction case done right and fast the first time, lowering your risks and ultimately saving you time money.

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