Posted by Kelly on July 27, 2007 at 08:49:39:
It’s been a while since I looked at it, but Texas deeds of trust do allow non-judicial foreclosure sales via a trustee, the trustee does not have to be a lawyer (at least they didn’t 5 or 6 years ago), now the non-judicial foreclsoure may not apply to personal property such as an MH but that wouldn’t be a problem with LH deals, if not a LH deal then check non-judicial repossession of motor vehicles since MH are titled thru the DMV.
Another consideration is that a property manager in Tex. doesn’t have to be represented in JP court by an attorney for an eviction, I pulled the case law on this just a few weeks ago. If it is that huge of a concern you may want to go that route.