Interested in purchasing, selling, improving, or otherwise dealing with a home or property in Texas? Learn about legal and practical aspects of Texas real estate transactions here.
Can I Build a Tiny House on Vacant Land in Texas?
Rules that govern whether and under what conditions you can put a tiny house on a bare Texas lot.
Legal Remedies If a Home Seller Lies or Conceals a Defect in Texas
You may be able to claim damages from a Texas seller who failed to disclose a home defect -- or even rescind the sale altogether.
New-Home Construction Defects in Texas: Buyer's Rights Against the Builder
Dissatisfied with the construction of your Texas home? Here are your legal rights.
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Selling a Texas Home: What Are My Disclosure Obligations?
Texas law requires that you, as a home seller, make certain disclosures to the buyer before the closing.
Texas Laws on Property Disputes Between Neighbors
Texas Tree Damage Laws In Texas, if someone damages your tree, you can recover your actual damages (usually, what you paid for the tree or what it would cost to replace the tree).
Can I Put a Tiny House in My Backyard in Texas?
Carefully check zoning regulations, building standards, and more before bringing a tiny house structure onto your Texas property.
Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Texas
Not happy with work done by your Texas home contractor? Consider small claims court as an avenue of relief.
Who Can Claim Property Based on Adverse Possession in Texas?
As a general rule in Texas, one’s ownership of land must be in writing to be enforceable. You need a deed or conveyance indicating that you are the true owner.
Are You Getting All Your Texas Property Tax Breaks?
Not happy about your Texas property tax bill? Here are your options.
Should You Challenge Your Property Tax Assessment in Texas?
Homeowners in Texas must pay property tax each year to the local taxing authorities. Learn whether you’re eligible for big property tax savings in Texas.