The perfect tenant is, unfortunately, a myth. Of course, there are good tenants, but none are perfect. And it’s hard to tell what kind of tenants they were until you get your house back and the inspection is complete. But some are an absolute nightmare to deal with. Evicting them can be a problem, especially for landlords who’re just getting started. Here are a few tips to help you through:
Consult An Eviction Attorney:
It’s important to know your rights before evicting a tenant. Complex regulations and jurisdictions protect tenants and property owners. But navigating through the legal maze can be tricky. Speak to an eviction attorney to discuss your issue and seek a legal opinion.
Eviction attorneys have years of legal experience in handling complex legal issues related to eviction. They are also aware of the local policies that may affect your situation.
Offer An Incentive:
Sometimes, you may want to evict a tenant even if he has paid rent on time and has maintained the property reasonably well. For instance, you may be planning to sell the house or complete renovations. In such circumstances, if the tenant refuses to vacate, you may pursue legal action. But rather than fighting a lengthy court battle, it makes sense to pursue a better tactic. For instance, you could offer ‘cash for keys,’ i.e., you can offer them cash in return for keys. You could also offer to assist them with moving or connect them to other landlords you may know.
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