Tag: eviction

Tenant Scams to Watch Out For

Posted on: February 16, 2012 by total

Posted by Teresa on January 27, 2012 under Eviction , Tenant Screening & Background Checks | Landlords, have you ever been the victim of a scam pulled off by a “professional tenant?” There are always a few lurking around in the shadows. We’ve heard a few stories lately about landlords who have suffered losses because they unknowingly fell victim to a pro

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Tenant Moved Out on Your Sublet Agreement and Left You Holding the Bag?

Posted on: February 09, 2012 by total

Maybe your tenant skipped out on the remainder of his sublet agreement and now you are left with a vacated, non-producing room or property. What do you do now? 1. The first thing you do is make sure you keep emotions out of it, stay objective and goal oriented. Gather your ex-tenants files

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The High Co$t of Evicting Tenants

Posted on: February 07, 2012 by total

Posted by Teresa on January 9, 2012 under Eviction | The last thing most landlords and tenants want to face is an eviction . For landlords, it’s messy, time-consuming and can be costly. For tenants, eviction can hurt their chances of renting another home, and could even leave them homeless

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How to Master the Eviction Process

Posted on: January 26, 2012 by total

Some landlords approach a problem tenant with a sense of apprehension. It’s true that if the tenant must be evicted, the process can be stressful, and expensive. Unfortunately, any landlord who is in the rental business for the long term may need to file an eviction at some point. The best approach is to accept […]

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