When we need to evict a tenant, we follow a four-step process.
If you have a tenant who is late on their rent or violates their leasing agreement, an eviction may be in order.
Although we don’t evict every tenant, we always give the tenant notice if they’re late on their rent. The eviction process begins on the first day the rent is late. We will post a three-day notice on the resident’s door to either pay in full or vacate the property. If they do neither, the eviction process starts. Here are our four steps:
1. File with the county and receive a court date
2. Appear in court on behalf of our clients
3. Ensure that the tenant vacates the property on the date set by the judge
4. Get your home ready to get back on the market.
Owning an investment property can be a great thing, so let us give you the peace of mind of knowing that you’re in good hands today. If you have any questions for us, don’t hesitate to reach out via phone or email. We would love to hear from you.