A Texas real estate power of attorney empowers a principal to designate an agent for the sale, management, or mortgage of their real property. The principal can outline specific actions and restrictions they wish to implement, allowing them to maintain control even as the agent carries out their desired actions.
The principal must seek the signature of a notary public to authenticate this document. This way, the agent can step in during the principal’s illness or absence, knowing that the principal approves their involvement. The property owner can revoke the form at any time by issuing a written notice to the agent.