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Owner Frequently Asked Questions
Am I required to make my property available to Section 8?
No, you are not required to make your property available to Section 8, but it is an option worth discussing in a tough market.
Are you licensed?
Absolutely- our entire team are licensed agents in Texas
Can I reach you after hours?
Yes-but we strive to make sure that this process is easy for you and minimize any issues that come up.
Can you put the money directly into my account?
Of course-you can set up your portal to get a direct deposit or check.
Do I get to see the lease or sign it?
You can have the option to sign or to let us sign on your behalf, but you will always have a copy available in your portal.
Do you sell real estate too?
How and when do I get my checks?
We can mail your checks. We strive to pay owners by the 10th business day of the month.
How is rent collection handled?
Tenants have the option to pay through their portal and drop/mail a check.
How long of a lease do you sign?
Leases can range from month to month up to two years. We like to taylor this to fit the tenant and landlord needs.
How much security deposit do you charge the tenant?
Same as the first month's rent. We also have the ability to offer Rhino, which can ensure as much security deposit as requested by the landlord.
How soon can you start managing my property?
Right away! Once communication is started, the process takes about 3-5 business days to get your home listed.
What type of properties do you manage?
We have single family homes, and condos.
What type of reports do I get and how often?
You can access several reports on your portal at any time.
Who holds the tenant security deposit?
Your Midland Home holds the deposit in a trust until the tenant moves out.
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