Landlording & Rental Properties

Getting Problem Tenants to Leave Without Trashing Your Rentals

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NOTE: This is applicable in Texas. Consult your attorney to find out the legality of this technique in your state Getting a tenant to move peacefully and without causing physical damage is hard to do. Tenants being evicted tend to feel victimized and when they get upset they are a risk to do physical damage [...] View the full article: Getting Problem Tenants to Leave Without Trashing Your Rentals on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    Jason Fox
    Replied over 12 years ago
    That makes a lot of sense. I like it but hopefully won’t have to us it to evict any of my tenants for a while… 😉 Reply Report comment
    Jason Fox
    Replied over 12 years ago
    That makes a lot of sense. I like it but hopefully won’t have to us it to evict any of my tenants for a while… 😉
    Shaun McHugh
    Replied over 12 years ago
    You Texans have it easy, in Massachusetts it takes a minimum of four months to evict a tenant. I do like the “cash for keys idea, I had not thought of that. Shaun McHugh
    tara patenaude
    Replied almost 7 years ago
    Ya I booted out a tenant- gave him 2 weeks after he stole all my ancestral jewelry and took all my copper piping in the basement-. I packed his shit, changed the locks, put his stuff outside and told him he comes back hell be leaving in cuffs. :Laws be damned, him wrecking my grandpas house and stealing my moms jewelry- ha there is nothing worse that can be done to me.