nice to see your smile back...
from what i can discern on your own property you do not need a permit to conceal nor "recklessly" [open carry] carry a hand gun so per your request:
texas 46.15(L)(20)~ non-applicability https://texas.public.law/statutes/tex._penal_code_section_46.03
(l) Sections 46.02 (Unlawful Carrying Weapons)
, 46.03 (Places Weapons Prohibited)
(a)(1), (a)(2), (a)(3), and (a)(4), and 46.035 (Unlawful Carrying of Handgun by License Holder)
(a), (a-1), (a-2), (a-3), (b)(1), (b)(5), and (b)(6) do not apply to a person who carries a handgun if:
(2) the owner, controller, or operator of the premises or a person acting with the apparent authority of the owner, controller, or operator, authorized the carrying of the handgun;
but, if you do not own the property and rent/lease or have a HOA involved:
Texas Property Code
condo ~ 82.121 https://texas.public.law/statutes/tex._prop._code_section_82.121
leased ~ 92.026 https://texas.public.law/statutes/tex._prop._code_section_92.026
leased ~ 94.257 https://texas.public.law/statutes/tex._prop._code_section_94.257
HOA ~ 202.020 https://texas.public.law/statutes/tex._prop._code_section_202.020
one presumes, you will/have obtained texas residence w/DL if so the full texas 411.xxx statutory nonsense is now in affect if you leave your own property so i would suggest, https://handgunlaw.us/
as one excellent reference.
the 9.xx series listed here: https://texas.public.law/statutes/tex._penal_code_section_9.42
particularly 9.4x are also of interest.
sidebar: if you engage in "reckless" [OC] on your property, due to other's watching your business [aka busybodies], you might be visited by local LE's wishing to see your privilege card allowing you to CC & OC!
standard caveats apply ~ not legally to dispense legal advice, ad nauseam!