If you own or manage rental properties in Texas, this site is for you.

Understanding the Texas Property Code

If you own rental property in Texas, you could be violating Texas rental laws without even realizing it! Here Mr. Rekey explains what you need to know as a property manager and how we can help make sure your properties are in compliance with state code.

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Starting April 1, 2018, in the city limits of Austin, “residential and commercial structures with both sleeping areas (bedrooms) and gas or fuel-burning appliances are required to install and maintain carbon monoxide (CO) alarms. In a dwelling unit, a CO alarm must be installed outside of each separate sleeping area and in the immediate vicinity of each sleeping area.”
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Chapter 92 of the Texas Property codes addresses property code for rental properties. Landlords or property managers are fully responsible for understanding and complying this state code. With 9 sub-chapters and 95 individual sections it can be a bit overwhelming. The purpose of the website is to help users navigate sections of the code easily. Also we will post recent and upcoming changes to Texas rental property code. View Chapter 92 Texas Property Code
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