Thursday, May 4, 2017

Common Reasons to Evict a Tenant
Every landlord looks for a tenant who pays rent on time, never complains and renews lease every year. But this ideal relation between a tenant and landlord is difficult to find. Landlord always looks for a higher quality tenant but at some points of times they encounter with bad tenants whom they need to evict form their property. But you just cannot throw out a tenant from your property just because you don’t like him. You should have some valid reasons to evict him. There are certain rules and law for eviction of tenants from a rental property that differs from state to state. If you want to evict a tenant from your rental property then you must read your state’s law for evicting a tenant and then take a relevant step.

Well, here are the common reasons to evict a tenant. If you are also going through the same situations then you can evict your tenant but by giving a legal notice to him:
Non-Payment of Rent
A landlord hires renters for his property to get rental profits and if the tenant fails to pay the rent there is none other option left except evicting. If your tenant is unable to pay rent every month then you can directly evict the tenant or can also give a notice for eviction.

Lease Violation 
The next very common reason to evict a tenant is violating the lease clause. When a tenant is violating the terms and conditions mentioned in the lease then the landlord has the right to evict the tenant. The very common violations that tenants make are: having unauthorized pets, extended guests or unapproved tenants.
Damage to the Property
If the tenant damages the property then you can file an eviction against the tenant. But the damage must be in excess than normal wear and tear to the property. And if these damages has done by intentionally or occur because of their negligence, then you should give the tenant to give notice for eviction.

Disrupting Other Tenants
If any of the tenants is disrupting by the a tenant then you can immediately evict the tenant without even giving any notice or if you think things will be gona ok and this will not happen again then you can give a notice to the tenant not to repeat in future otherwise you will evict him.
Expiration of Lease
Everything eventually comes to an end thus the lease agreement also. This is the time when the lease expires but the tenant refuses to move out. If the lease has naturally expired or terminated then the tenant does not have any right to stay in the property anymore. You can file an eviction action on court.

These are some common reasons to evict tenants. Eviction process is not only tiresome but expensive too that’s why you should hire rentals and property management md Baltimore for your rental property in Baltimore to handle everything. They will hire tenants and also handle eviction of tenants with perfection and will also keep your property well maintained.

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