Texas Self Storage Association, the largest self-storage state association in the country, has served its members since 1986. TSSA is the leading expert in self storage in the state of Texas. TSSA's blog will provide you with the latest on self-storage topics such as operations, revenue management, property taxes, development, marketing, legal and much more.

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Legal Q&A: Stolen Goods, Property Theft and More

by Connie Heyer, TSSA Legal Counsel

In this blog post, we answer your burning questions about stolen goods, property theft, identity theft, search warrants and more. What do you do in these types of situations? Are you liable? Legal counsel gives advice on how to protect your business when unfortunate issues arise.

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Recent Blog Posts

Each new year, most of us aim to boost our physical health with a new diet or exercise routine, but do you also plan for your business's health? In this blog post, you'll learn the importance of the 4 (or is it 7) P's of Marketing and Self Storage: Product, Price, Place, Promotion, People, Process and Physical Environment.

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The Texas Comptroller's office requires the collection of sales tax for vehicle parking and the fees associated with it. This means you are also required to collect sales tax on recurring fees and other charges related to the fees of storage of a vehicle or trailer. This could include late fees assessed for non-payment of vehicle/parking storage rent. 

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Think you've heard it all before? Buckle up for some doozies based on actual scenarios reported by TSSA members. TSSA Legal Counsel goes over some of the weirdest legal questions and provides detailed answers on how to proceed.

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Self storage may present some unique challenges from time to time, but the principles of time management remain the same as in any other industry and those principles are presented clearly in the late Stephen Covey’s ‘Four Quadrants of Time Management’.

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