Has Your Dream Rental Property Become a Nightmare?
If you’ve rented to good tenants, luck may be on your side, and the economy may not have affected you. Unfortunately however, more and more landlords are finding rising unemployment, job loss, and income cuts have become so widespread that even good tenants are falling behind on rent.
Maybe you have been nice and tried to work something out with your tenants, giving them extra time to come up with missed rent payments instead of just initiating eviction proceedings. But let’s face it – most of the time, you are just delaying the inevitable.
Even worse, you may be the victim of “professional squatters” who tricked you into letting them into the property with some hard luck story with promises to pay, and then once they are in, never live up to those promises giving you one excuse after the other, or they simply hide from you. We’ve even heard of this happening with “family members” who abuse their relative's goodwill or prey on their guilt and go for a "free ride".
We are the aspirin for your tenant headaches. If you are fed-up and finally made the decision to sell that problem property, don’t worry about the tenants. In most cases, we can buy your property with the tenants still in the house and deal with any problems after the closing. Save your money and save your health! Time to kick that can down the road.
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