Texas Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

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Updated April 14, 2023

A Texas Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a document that a principal completes selecting an agent to continue to organize, sell, mortgage, or perform any transactions with regard to their real estate. Only the actions the principal defines in this document will be allowed to the agent’s representational powers. The agent will oversee the property if the Principal is ill or absent. This document will require notarization. The principal may revoke this document at any time in writing to the agent.

Once the form is signed, it must be filed with the Real Property Records of the County where the real property is located.