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Hayward Investment Property How To: Evicting a Tenant

Deanna Hansen - Friday, March 08, 2013

Today we are discussing how to evict a tenant, as well as why you might evict someone. You might need to evict if a tenant stops paying rent. If that happens, you will need to serve those tenants with a 3 Day Notice to pay rent or quit. If they do not pay rent within those three days, you can go ahead and start the unlawful detainer action through the court system.

You might also need to give your tenants a 30 or 60 Day notice to vacate the property if you want to sell the place, or move back into it yourself. According to California law, you will need to provide a 60 Day notice if the tenants have lived in the house for over a year. If they have lived there for less than a year, you can use a 30 Day notice. If they do not vacate, you will find yourself in another situation where you have to face an eviction through the court system.

Make sure you use a property notice and deliver it correctly. You don’t want to leave something out of the notice that California law requires you to have in it. If you do that, you’re going to go through the whole court system and maybe wait 30 or 60 days before you finally get in front of a judge. Rent Property Faster If the judge finds your notice to be improper, it will be thrown out of court and you will be forced to start the whole process over again. I have seen this happen to property managers before.

At Aapex Property Management, we use attorneys. Any time we are required to go through the courts and start an unlawful detainer process, we always hire an attorney to take the lead. I am not a legal expert, and I am sure most of you are not either. So, when it comes to this point, use an attorney to take care of it for you. It’s the best way to ensure it’s done correctly.

Many people ask me who pays for an eviction. The landlord pays for it. Unfortunately, by the time the eviction happens, those tenants have already not paid rent for a period of time, so it could be a 30 to 90 day wait for the eviction to be completed. Add that to the rent  Hayward Investment Property How To: Evicting a Tenantyou have already lost and your attorney fees and you have lost a good deal of money. Some Hayward property management companies, Aapex included, provide you with information in the contract on how you can have your eviction fees and lost rent minimized. We have programs and services available to help with expensive evictions.

If you have any questions about how to evict your tenants, please contact us at Aapex Property Management.
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