How can I evict my tenant?
Renting to a tenant has become easier and safer than ever. Today landlords and property managers can feel secure that they will receive up to three months of lost rental income if a tenant stops paying rent. www.rentallogics.com provides a guaranteed rental income protection plan for landlords and property managers if a tenant stops paying rent and an eviction has to take place.
Landlord and tenant relationships may not always be easy. There will be plenty of ups and downs so expect some bumps in the road. At some point, your tenant may make a number of unreasonable demands upon you regarding repairs. Likewise, you should expect that your tenant may not always abide by the terms of your lease agreement. Not to mention, in this economy expect that your tenant may not always pay his/her rent on time-if your tenant pays rent at all.
So, what should you do if your tenant stops paying rent?
It’s time to evict. Evicting a tenant is easier than it used to be. If your tenant stops paying rent, he/she has breached the lease contract. First, you need to contact your local courts. Landlords can file most eviction cases with the District Court of the county where the property is located. They will guide you through the steps you need to take to get a tenant evicted in that particular state.
After you have gone through the proper procedures, you may or may not be entitled to reimbursement of your lost rental income. It will all depend on the type of policy you have in place. If you have a guaranteed rental income protection plan in place from www.rentallogics.com, you can get your rent reimbursed up to three months.