Required Documents

The following letters is required to be signed by the new tenant and the Member. This letter shall be signed and submitted with a copy of the final lease agreement.

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Tenant Receipt of the Rules and Regulation (Required)

The following form is a sample of a Texas Residential Lease Agreement. This is a resource for the Members, but the Member is free to use any flavor of contract they choose given that it covers all the basic provisions of a standard residential lease agreement for the State of Texas.

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Texas Residential Lease Agreement (Provided Sample)

The following letters is a sample letter the Association sends to the Member when additional requirements are needed.

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New Letting Agreement Requirements Letter

The following letters is a sample letter the Association sends to the Tenant welcoming them and asking for current contact information.

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Tenant Welcome Letter and Questionnaire


Authorizing a Member to let their respective unit is a privilege provisioned by the Membership’s Governing Documents and can be revoked at anytime by the Association under the following circumstances:

  1. The Member does not comply with the lease authorization process and requirements of the Association;
  2. The Member allows the potential tenant access to the property before approval is given;
  3. The Member is not in good standing with the Association;
  4. The Lessee(s) or their guest pose a nuisance to the Membership;
  5. The Lessee(s) or their guest fail to comply with Rules and Regulation;
  6. The owner occupancy ratio would fall below 80%, based on standards established by agencies that regulate lenders.