Under the Texas Property Code there are two kinds of property owner associations, namely Condominium Associations and Homeowner Associations. We use the word “association” here for both.
Protea Real Estate has managed both kinds of associations for many years. Protea also manages apartment complexes. There are substantial differences between property management of those and property management of associations.
With rental property management the apartment management company deals with an owner and the owner’s residents. The apartment management company is authorized by the owner to act in all respects on its behalf, directly with its residents, and has the right to terminate a resident’s lease if the resident is in default.
As an example, imagine if resident Smith in an apartment complex plays really loud music into the early hours of the morning and refuses to stop doing this when demanded to do so by property management. Property management can then terminate Smith’s lease and have him evicted. Read More→