ARE YOU READY TO RENT OUT YOUR PROPERTY?
If you own a property in Florida and you plan to have it rented or leased, BE PREPARED because sooner or later, you might probably need to carry out an eviction notice for bad tenants.
Some tenants are negligent to the point of causing major damages to the property while others pay late or don’t pay at all! Some are very temperamental that it becomes pointless to even talk to them in a calm manner. One of the costly mistakes you should avoid as a landlord is allowing non-paying tenants to use your property.
WHAT ARE BAD TENANTS?
These are tenants who enjoy living in the luxury and comfort of your property without paying rent at all! They usually get angry and become resistant when you ask them to pay. Nobody likes bad tenants at all. So before you embark on having anyone occupy your property, you need to learn more about choosing the right tenant.
WHEN DO YOU EVICT THEM?
According to chapter 83 of the Florida statutes, the following are valid causes for removing tenants from your property:
- When they are not paying rent
- If they continuously commit criminal acts that results annoyance
- Create damages to the property
- Refuses practice proper hygiene and sanitation in your property
- If you need to sell your occupied property (you must go through several legal processes first)
DOES IT TAKE LONG TO EVICT A BAD TENANT?
It takes one to five weeks before the eviction should take place though it largely depends on the participation of both parties involved. On the other hand, if you wanted to expedite the process, you can also hire an Eviction Specialist that will do the job for you. Headley Legal Support is located in Miami. You can always count on us to do the job for you. For more details, contact us at: 954-903-4991.