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Evicting a Tenant in Travis, Williamson, or Hays County?

Get Your Investment Back on Track with 1836

If you are reading this, you could already be in trouble! Evicting a tenant in Travis, Williamson or Hays counties can be time consuming, costly and tedious. Evictions can be doubly difficult if you do not live locally, or are not familiar with the local courts and state laws regarding tenants. 1836 Property Management has extensive experience managing properties and tenants in Central Texas. We can get a problem tenant out of your home and your investment back on track.

Our 10 Step Eviction Program

  • We’ll review your paperwork and assess the situation to determine the best course of action
  • We’ll send or post notices, as applicable, to start the process and establish timelines
  • We’ll pursue the eviction on your behalf in the appropriate precinct, if necessary
  • We’ll remove any remaining possessions and trash from your property
  • We’ll clean your property and get it ready to lease or sell (additional cost required)
  • We’ll advertise your property for rent with over 120 websites and our unique local network
  • We’ll find you a new tenant using our proven screening techniques
  • We’ll ensure your lease is up to date, and has the teeth and details necessary to cover your best
  • We’ll offer our eviction protection plan to cover you against future evictions
  • We’ll manage your property in a professional manner so you can focus on your life. See what’s included in our Full-Service Property Management package.

Cost of Eviction Services

1836 Property Management charges a flat fee of $395 plus expenses for an eviction if we can’t save the tenancy. Additional property management activities fall under our management agreement. View our property management pricing.

Additional eviction costs to consider are court costs, which can range from $200-$800 depending on how quickly and easily the tenant departs. Should you need legal representation, we have relationships with local attorneys who specialize in real estate law. Call or email us for a referral.

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