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Owner Evict (by Steve [NC]) Nov 14, 2023 8:14 AM
       Owner Evict (by NE [PA]) Nov 14, 2023 8:18 AM
       Owner Evict (by Jason [VA]) Nov 14, 2023 8:38 AM
       Owner Evict (by Jim in O C [CA]) Nov 14, 2023 8:39 AM
       Owner Evict (by plenty [MO]) Nov 14, 2023 8:43 AM
       Owner Evict (by Vee [OH]) Nov 14, 2023 9:19 AM
       Owner Evict (by DJ [VA]) Nov 14, 2023 9:22 AM
       Owner Evict (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Nov 14, 2023 11:02 AM
       Owner Evict (by unb [GA]) Nov 14, 2023 12:18 PM
       Owner Evict (by Steve [NC]) Nov 14, 2023 12:49 PM
       Owner Evict (by don [PA]) Nov 14, 2023 1:05 PM
       Owner Evict (by unb [GA]) Nov 14, 2023 1:08 PM
       Owner Evict (by Ray-N-Pa [PA]) Nov 14, 2023 4:28 PM
       Owner Evict (by MikeA [TX]) Nov 14, 2023 7:33 PM

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Owner Evict (by Steve [NC]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 8:14 AM
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I manage a property for an owner and I just placed a new tenant about two months ago. The owner wants to build a house and now wants me to remove the tenant so she can sell the house. The Owner wants the money to build her new house. We are on a year-to-year lease and being under contract the owner can't just break the Lease. I would be at risk of a law suite from the tenant. The Owner is playing me saying she has an attorney that is going to Evict the tenant. And that I need to give the tenant a 30 day Notice to move out. I'm not doing that and we are also at the holiday season.

Thank you for any comments on handling this Owner. --65.190.xx.xxx




Owner Evict (by NE [PA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 8:18 AM
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You could always quit and make it the owners problem. --24.152.xxx.xx




Owner Evict (by Jason [VA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 8:38 AM
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What does your property management agreement say regarding notice that you must provide to the owner to quit? Id make it his problem and not even mention the reason to the tenants. --165.225.xxx.xxx




Owner Evict (by Jim in O C [CA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 8:39 AM
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Tell the owner, sorry we have a contract. You could always suggest the owner compensate the tenant for the inconvenience in some way.ca --146.70.xxx.xxx




Owner Evict (by plenty [MO]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 8:43 AM
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What does removing the tenant actually do ? It can be sold with the tenant in place. I'm confused. --172.56.xx.xxx




Owner Evict (by Vee [OH]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 9:19 AM
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I am with plenty - contract will hold so sell with remaining lease term, owner would prolly be forced to buy out tenant - which defeats the sale idea - drop this owner - suggest lottery tickets is all I would say. --184.59.xxx.xx




Owner Evict (by DJ [VA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 9:22 AM
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You could call her bluff.

Tell her to go ahead and find an attorney to do that, but I won't.

Of course, an attorney (should) know that can't be done - break a year lease with 10 months left.

I suspect it would take a VERY LARGE sum of $$ for them to agree to leave, but I suppose she could ask her attorney make the tenants an offer. --68.229.xxx.xxx




Owner Evict (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 11:02 AM
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Basically, the owner gets to call the shots because she owns the house. My advice would be to resign your management position and let the tenant know you are no longer the property manager.

You might try suggesting that it is winter, so she can't start building until later in spring, so best to leave the tenant in place over the winter, paying for the heat and taking care of the house. This isn't a good time of year to sell, and also better to wait until spring to list for sale.

By spring, the tenant will have a better chance of finding a good replacement rental and the property owner might get away with no more than the cost of moving the tenant's belongings.

I really doubt that she can evict just because she wants to sell, although I am not that familiar with NC laws. But whether she can or not, it puts you in an awful position. --76.178.xxx.xxx




Owner Evict (by unb [GA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 12:18 PM
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Quit right now. Here's your paperwork and here's my notice to you and your tenant. Block her number.

Question. In NC to manage for others don't you need to be a Broker? --108.239.xx.xx




Owner Evict (by Steve [NC]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 12:49 PM
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Yes, I am a Broker. --166.198.xxx.xx




Owner Evict (by don [PA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 1:05 PM
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Tell owner that the attorney should send that notice as part of their services. --73.141.xxx.xxx




Owner Evict (by unb [GA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 1:08 PM
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Steve you could lose your Broker license over this. I've seen it happen here in Atlanta. You are also holding the Deposit?

Am I wrong on this? The owner can not cancel a lease the broker is responsible for? Unless the contract is over. --108.239.xx.xx




Owner Evict (by Ray-N-Pa [PA]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 4:28 PM
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What does your lease say about the owner's right to terminate the lease? My lease gives management the right to terminate with a 30 day notice while at the same time gives the tenant the ability to quit with an ETF.

I sell it by giving the resident to do a low cost buy out or if they are messing up repeatedly, the management can toss them out.

Are the tenants doing anything to break the lease at all? I see where this could hurt you more than than it can ever work for you --24.101.xxx.xxx




Owner Evict (by MikeA [TX]) Posted on: Nov 14, 2023 7:33 PM
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Tell her that since the attorney is doing the eviction you need to ask him some questions on the notice he wants given. --209.205.xxx.xx



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