Did you know that you could save money on property taxes by filing for a Texas homestead application? That’s right! Depending on where you live in Texas, anywhere from 25-45% of the value of your home can be exempt from property taxes. Learn about the process of filing for a homestead exemption and choosing the exemptions you qualify for!
In Texas, there are three ways to own property jointly with another owner. These include joint tenancy, community property, and tenancy by common. In joint tenancy and tenancy by the common, both owners have a share in the property. However, with community property, a married couple each owns 100% of the property. Learn about these ways to own property and how they differ from each other.
If you’re in Texas and your contractor abandons the job, leaves without finishing, or causes any other kind of damage, don’t worry – there is a process for how to handle damage caused by a contractor in Texas. We’ll walk you through each step of the process so that you can get your home back to normal as quickly as possible.
If you own a designated homestead in Texas, you have protections against creditors taking your home. In fact, Texas has more protections against creditors taking your home than any other state in the US! However, there are some taxes that you must pay. Learn how to stop property tax foreclosure in Texas.
If you recently purchased a new construction home and are experiencing problems, you may wonder what your legal options are. Construction defect law can seem complex, but don’t worry! This blog post will discuss the basics of construction defect law in Texas and outline your options if you find yourself in this situation.
No one ever said that building a new home would be easy, and unfortunately, things can go wrong. However, before you can sue a builder or contractor, you must work through the steps to remedy your situation found in the Texas Building Code. Learn how to handle a Texas breach of contract during your new home construction.