Tips and advice to kick out a delinquent tenant Part Iby Vinay Singh seo and marketing adviser
Today we are going to tell you the keys and tips to deal and kick a delinquent tenant from a property.
The non-payment of the rent is not a trivial matter , and less when the reality and the data demonstrate that we are in a moment with bullish levels of delinquencies .
For this reason, today we will focus on the key aspects of a default and how to deal with it, even if in the worst case we have to kick it we will also tell you how you have to act.
If you are an owner and you have renters who pay religiously every month, you are in luck, if on the contrary you want to avoid this situation, read on.
Finding the perfect tenant
Let's be clear, getting the perfect tenant or tenants is not an easy task. But of course they exist and can be achieved. This is the first of the tips to avoid an encounter with a delinquent tenant, is not to have it.
Ok, it is clear that it is evident, but nowadays it is not so easy to find tenants not already perfect, but normal , especially considering that the default figures have grown in recent years.
If you do not know how to get the perfect tenant , in this article we tell you how you can search for it. Of course, we already anticipate that one of the keys to finding this treasure is not so much knowing how to do it, but looking for it in the right place.
Talking people understand, or not ...
One of the ways that landlords have to ensure default on a tenant is the bond. In the event that one or two months have passed without paying the monthly fee, we can use this money in an emergency.
However, once a few months have passed and in the event of a default situation during this time, a defaulter can be declared "officially", at least for our part.
Before reaching this situation, it is normal and civil to speak with the tenants .
What do you need to know to kick out a delinquent tenant?
If by chance the tenant tells us that he is going through an unusual situation, such as he has lost his job, that he has had a bad economic situation, we have two options.
The first is to wait a month to see if the situation clears and evolves positively, or the second option is to take legal action if we do not see progress in one or two months.
That is, we can wait to see what happens or we can take the situation by the horns. It depends on you. Of course, do not wait too long, since an eviction process can take anywhere from 6 months to a year.
Obviously, there are tenants who go through the lining the notices, the notifications and that although we talk to them and say yes, yes, yes, what they really mean is no, no, and no payment.
Given this, all we can do is resolve the situation by filing an eviction lawsuit. In other words, take the legal route to solve it.
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