Tenants can come up with all kinds of excuses for late rent payments. With all the negative repercussions for tenants such as late rent fees, bad credit ratings and negative references from landlords, it’s surprising how common this issue comes up. Dealing with a tenant who is late in paying the rent, whether for the first time or a repeat offender, can throw up a number of troubling dilemmas for landlords.
The process of serving an eviction notice and taking a troublesome tenant to court is a headache even for experienced landlords. It is costly and time-consuming, and in the meantime your property can be sitting empty, or worse, occupied by a non-paying tenant. Save yourself the stress by following these five simple golden rules.
Many inexperienced tenants are daunted by the appearance of an eviction notice in the mailbox, and new landlords believe they can simply print a sample eviction notice, send it to their tenant, and move on. It’s not quite that simple!
Does everyone need a lawyer, even for something minor, like creating a lease agreement? Fortunately, technology is making it easier for the average person to access affordable legal services.
Welcome to Legal Templates. We are dedicated to creating a new way for the average person to interact with the United States legal system. Right now, creating even the simplest of legal documents can be prohibitively expensive, difficult, time consuming and overwhelming. We have developed innovative software that guides you through the process of generating…