Updated form for tenants in properties facing foreclosure

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01/08/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

When a property you’re managing is in foreclosure, there’s a form you can give the tenants to notify them of their rights and resources, General Information for Tenant of Property Facing Foreclosure (TAR 2220).

This informational form was updated recently to remove mention of the federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, which expired Dec. 31, 2014. The updated form is available for Texas REALTORS® on texasrealestate.com and will be added to zipForm soon.

Visit the Property Management page to watch a recording of TAR’s webinar “Protecting the Property Manager at Foreclosure” that explains how foreclosure can affect property managers and tenants.

Categories: Forms, Legal, Landlords, Renters
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