How should you negotiate with a landlord when facing evictions?

Things have not been so great for a lot of Texans this year.  To put it mildly, there has been a lot of doom and gloom spreading across our airwaves since the middle of March.  If you have listened to the radio, a current events podcast, or watched the news at all (and we understand if [...]

By |2020-08-12T17:23:18-05:00August 7th, 2020|Evictions|Comments Off on How should you negotiate with a landlord when facing evictions?

Banks Complain Government Stifling Their Efforts To Boost The Economy

According to an article in the Star-Telegram , banking institutions claim that the Federal Reserve is stifling their lending efforts and ability to infuse the economy with more credit. The article said: Fearing more bank failures, federal regulators are forcing institutions to hold more money in reserve and are scrutinizing loans. But bank executives complain [...]

By |2021-02-24T12:06:27-06:00February 4th, 2009|Evictions, News|Comments Off on Banks Complain Government Stifling Their Efforts To Boost The Economy

Can Bankruptcy Stop Evictions?

Before the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention Consumer Protection Act on October 17, 2005, renters facing eviction could file bankruptcy to buy a little more time and try to work things out with their landlord. But now bankruptcy protection from eviction is extremely limited and expensive. If a tenant has lost an eviction hearing and has a [...]

By |2021-01-21T12:50:14-06:00November 25th, 2008|Bankruptcy Q&A, Evictions|Comments Off on Can Bankruptcy Stop Evictions?
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