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Little Elm, Texas, is one of the fastest-growing municipalities in the state for a reason. Just 20 years ago, it was known as a sleepy little lakefront town on Lake Lewisville, but it's since boomed into a rapidly growing suburb with 50,000 people.
Located in South Austin, the Travis Heights neighborhood is one of the most coveted places to call home in the capital region of Texas. The community is in a central location near Downtown Austin and has easy access to I-35, allowing a quick and easy drive to other parts of the city. It’s also located within walking distance to SoCo, a lively area in South Congress.
Renters searching for a growing city that maintains a small-town vibe will fall in love with Georgetown, Texas. This little piece of paradise, just 30 minutes north of Austin, is known for its southern hospitality, booming job market, award-winning education and exceptional quality of life.
If you’re looking to live in one of the best places in Texas, Sugar Land makes the cut, according to Stacker. With a 2020 population of more than 117K, Sugar Land is the 33rd largest city in Texas and the 249th largest city in the United States.
For renters looking for a family-oriented city just outside of Dallas, Frisco is around 30 miles to the north. It’s an easy commute away from the Dallas metro area, located in Denton and Collin Counties. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States and frequently recognized nationally as a great place to live.
For a landlord, a rental property is an uphill battle against mishaps, calamities, the hands of time and sometimes nature itself. To guard their investment, property owners must plan ahead, maneuver tactfully and sometimes be prepared to cut their losses.
“Do you have a pet-friendly policy?” It’s a common question that landlords receive before attempting to rent a single-family home.
Although some modifications cannot be considered such as replacing all the flooring or repainting the entire home, allowing minor modifications helps tenants feel like a rental property is indeed “home."
Each state will exhibit different property code requirements for rekeying rentals. This is partially due to the demographics and population needs of individual landlords and tenants.
Property managers and landlords are often faced with uncomfortable choices: to rent to the well-meaning but credit-challenged tenants or wait until the ideal candidates pop up.