Tag Archives: eviction
Posted on 15. Oct, 2015 by Rachel Jefferson.
Landlords may groan when residents want to terminate a lease early, but they should research their options. Certain circumstances require an exception from a legally binding lease contract: military transfer or job relocation. For any other situation, it is up to the landlord to determine the best course of action. Want to be fair but […]
Posted on 18. Aug, 2015 by Marc Courtenay.
There is nothing fun about the eviction process. However, when a resident stops paying rent or becomes a problem tenant, appropriate action must be taken. But property managers can turn this frustrating process into a growth opportunity to find new owners. You might also discover potential clients that are ready to sell their “headache” properties. Turn the stress of […]
Posted on 26. Aug, 2014 by Ted Kimball.
One of the longest delays in processing evictions occurs when not all occupants are served personally (hand to hand) with the unlawful detainer summons and complaint. More often than not, the occupants know they must be legally served in order for the court to award a judgment for possession of the subject property. If they […]
Posted on 16. Jun, 2011 by Marc Courtenay.
There are no easy, self-evident ways to deal with a resident eviction. You can’t just change deal with this challenge using your imagination only. A property manager or owner who wants to evict a tenant must fastidiously follow the state and local laws. The process of eviction can be expedited. The challenge though involves doing everything exactly right.