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Scroll down to the bottom of this page, if you are already a tenant or landlord and need assistance.


 

 

Click the "All properties" then click

the button that says

 "Lease" under the search button

 

 

 

If you want to see the inside of the home - 

Call me call to go inside of the homes.

This give you the list from ALL agents in Houston.

Call/Text Heidi at:  832-603-9111

or email:  eprohomes1@gmail.com or click here 

 

 

 or click here as an alternative to contact me.

 

How much does it cost to RENT my home?

Simple

 



 

 When you RENT "Lease" your homes here are some good tips (PDF format) - click here

Investors Insurance (PDF format) - Click here


 

 

 

 

Why do I need renter insurance? 

Click to find out!

 

 


  

Need Rental Assistance?  click here for more information (Harris County)

for other counties click here

 

If you have been renting in a property and it was foreclosed upon

you have right and Fannie Mae will rent you the home in most cases!

click here for more details.






 

 

Friday, November 6th, 2009 - Old news, check to see if this is still available.

Source: Reversemortgageguides 

Fannie Mae announced a plan on Thursday that will allow borrowers facing foreclosure to lease their homes. The program, called Deed for Lease or D4L for short, allows borrowers facing foreclosure to hand their deed to the lender in exchange for paying the market rate rent on the home for at least 12 months.

To qualify for the program, borrowers have to have mortgages insured by Fannie Mae, be unable to qualify for President Obama’s mortgage modification program, and be unsuccessful renegotiating with their lenders. While eligible borrowers would have to voluntarily give up the deeds to their homes, they would be able to stay for at least a year, providing that they paid the market rate rent. Rents would then be renewable on a month-to-month basis. Eligible borrowers must document that the new market rate rent is no greater than 31% of their gross income to qualify for Deed for Lease.

The Deed for Lease program is an extremely interesting and valuable way to keep delinquent borrowers in their homes, or merely to allow time for a transition. The program may be especially valuable for families with children, whom they do not want to remove from their schools in the middle of the year. It will help give families more time to come up with options. It will also help underwater homeowners– especially in areas that have seen property values drop significantly.

Furthermore, since tenants of qualifying borrowers are also eligible for the program, Deed for Lease will help tenants whose landlords face foreclosure. As a result, it appears that, though Fannie Mae provided no estimates for how many borrowers will be eligible for the program, Deed Lease looks to be a promising alternative to severely delinquent borrowers with Fannie Mae loans facing foreclosure–and for their tenants.

More information about the program can be found at www.efanniemae.com.

 
  

 

 Texas Code - Rentals:  click here

 

PROPERTY CODE  Title 8.  LANDLORD AND TENTANT


 

 


Tenant rights when in a house that's being foreclosed upon - click here

There are some sample letters etc.

 

 

(See below for Texas Statues for Landlords etc.)

 

 

 

  


 

Are you a landlord and in need of a

"DEMAND" LETTER?

 

Here is a link for some great information and a sample letter to help resolve your issue to collect what is legally due to you from tenant not fullfilling there obligations.  Click here

 


TEXAS STATUES:

Texas Property CODE (not all)

 

Chapter 24 - Eviction - click here  (Forcible Entry and Detainer)

Chapter 54 - Landlord Liens - click here

Chapter 91 - Applicable usually to Landlords - click here

Chaper 92 - Tenancies, Your Rights as Landlord & Tenant, Security Devices, Deposites, Actions, Security deposits,

Smoke Detectors etc - click here

Chapter 94 - Mobile Homes - click here 

Chapter 301 - Fair Housing - click here

 

 


Need a Lawyer, Legal Help, Forms? *

 

 

Texas Law Help - When you can't afford - help relief.  - click here

 

Based out of Beaumont, TX - Ask a lawyer, find resources here - click here, See other peoples questions!

Fast Law - click here for statues and more help

 

Avvo - A HUGE resource - Ask A Lawyer -  Resources - click here

 

 

Rocket Lawyer - An online service with forms  - click here (membership required for some forms)

 

Rent Law - A place to find eviction help, notices, and there are also forms for Section 8 - click here

 

Just Answer - click here - Ask a attorney or legal entitites for help.  click here to type your question.

 

 

*These above lins may be the answer

(Heidi Johnson & Agents of eProhomes.net are not attorneys, this is to get you started,

If you have questions or concerns you need to contact an attorney in your area.)

Membership may be required.

 


IMPORTANT:
When you go into an apartment office, say your represented
by Heidi Johnson, Realty Associates - Print out my card - click here
and the Leasing Hostess/Manager attach my business card or 
you can write my name on the GUEST card. That's it!  You may receive a $50.00
gift card after the closing/leased of the home/condo/apt.
One offer per household. My gift to you being your
buyers agent (rental agent for the buyer.  See TOS for more information.

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