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  • 1.  NW Houston Notice for Liens

    Posted 7 days ago
    Hello everyone, we recently took over a facility in Tomball, TX (far northwest Harris County). We have owned the facility for 61 days and inherited two tenants with very large balances. Both had been in communication with us initially but we have not been able to get in contact with either of them in 30 days and the balances are getting to insurmountable levels. We have decided it is time to move forward with the lien process. What newspaper are people in that area using for notice? The Houston Chronicle seems like massive overkill, but the legal requirement is circulation in the county as opposed to the city, so a Tomball weekly circular doesn't seem right either.
    Any feedback is appreciated.


    John White
    Matador Investment Group
    Tomball TX
    (832) 739-0546

  • 2.  RE: NW Houston Notice for Liens

    Posted 7 days ago
    Hi John,

    I'm with Huffmeister Mini Storage, we use the Katy Times. It's about $91 per week. You have to run it for 2 weeks. Here is their information.

    Debbie Prejean | Inside Sales Rep/Front Office Coordinator

    | Katy Times

    phone:  281-391-3141

    email:  debbie.prejean@katytimes.com

    site: katytimes.com

    address: PO BOX 678 Katy, TX 77493

    This is a sample for the article:

    The facility is at (your address or the online auction website). Bidding will open at (Time) am on the (Date) and end at (Time) am on (Date). The property will be sold to the highest bidder for cash. Cleanup and removal deposit will be required. The seller reserves the right to withdraw the property at any time before the sale ends. The property includes contents of space of the following tenants:

    Hope this helps. Good luck

    Theresa Westfall
    Lucille Hobock Family In Rem Partnership
    Cypress TX