Los Angeles Property Management

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Los Angeles Property Management companies know about how frustrating it is when tenants stop paying rent. Having already gone through the leasing process, and now you’re more than likely going to have to do it all over again.

Instead of giving your late tenants an earful, when enough time has passed and the tenant isn’t able to hold up their part of the contract, begin the eviction process right away. The quicker you get them out, the closer you’ll get to finding the another tenant for your property.

Los Angeles Property Management Must Give Notices

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Of course every situation is different, and many handled differently. While it’s not recommend, a few landlords try to strike a deal with their tenants, this would require them to pay back the rent in installments by a certain date.

Normally, the notice will include your name, the address where the tenant can deliver the rent, office hours and a phone number. Personally deliver the notice, but if the tenant isn’t home you can serve the three day notice by taping it to their door and at the same time, mail it to the tenant.

Make sure to keep the return receipt when you mail the notice. Also, be sure to review your state’s landlord tenant laws closely when getting this form and proceed with the unlawful detainer action.

Eviction Notices

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After the notice period is done, Los Angeles Property Managers suggest you start compiling the documents you’ll need to file an eviction complaint.

More than likely you’ll be needing your housing license or proof of ownership, the lease, and proof that the three day notice was given with the return receipt. You’ll want to bring cash or a check, you’ll have to pay the legal fees.

Make sure to know your landlord tenant laws and call your local landlord/tenant court to ask what documents are going to be needed to file with the eviction.

The End Result

Once the eviction action is filed, the tenant will be served notice of the scheduled eviction hearing date. Be aware that this might take some time, and during this time the tenant will more than likely not be paying rent.

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Posted by: tgnprop on June 16, 2017
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