However, regardless if it is one or both on the deed, when you sell, I don't know of a single Title Company that will not require both parties to convey ownership since this is a community property state. This is for protection of the new owner for issuance of a Title Policy, without someone down the line laying claim to 1/2 the property stating it was sold without their consent.
Texas is different from the rest of the country in many ways. This is one of them. Texas is a common law state so a spouse will have to sign the title of the deed on a primary residence even if they are not on the loan.
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On investment properties I have had spouses excluded in the past.... But I haven't done any of them in a while.
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