Interested in hearing what biggerpockets members experience has been in this situation.
I understand you may be looking for a new property manager and perhaps completely done with the existing. However, my question to you is are they not wanting to acknowledge your notice of separation? Have you informed them that you would like to move your property/properties? I think there are a lot of things to consider before jumping straight to an attorney – ultimately costing you more money.
Check your management contract for the termination requirements and just follow them.
You'll only need an attorney if the PMC won't cooperate.
@Davartay Miller still sorting things through with the PM company. They have agreed to work with me on the transition.
@Drew Sygit thanks
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