We rented a 3/2 house in Houston only to find out once we moved in that we can't use one of the bathrooms because it is broken. We sent a cert. letter about repairs and our landlord told us NOT to call because she doesn't speak English. She told us she could not afford to make repairs and she might when her income tax comes in. We also have plumbing issues and currently can not use out shower or toilets because they back up and flood the house. We are using the neighbors house to bathe and use the restroom and have sewage on our floors. I called and messaged our landlord about it being an emergency and she said she could afford to fix it. Doesn't this make the house uninhabitable and she is breaking the lease. How do we legally break our lease, so we get a lawyer or go to court?We sent our landlord 2 certified letters about repairs. She never got the first one because she said she put her address incorrectly on out lease agreement. She had the apartment number missing and has the wrong city. She is all the way in Florida now. She will only communicate through text and this does not work for us becasue its to hard to discuss issues by that means. We are also missing a chimney cap which has allowed birds and animals to get in our chimney. Luckily we found out this was missing because this device keeps the sparks from a fire from blowing back onto the roof. e told her about this once again through text because she doesn't respond to letters and she said once again that she couldn't afford to fix it. She moved back to Florida because her husband couldn't find work. Why should we be forced to live in these conditions because she can't afford to fix things?!? We think she is breaking the lease but we don;t know what to do.