Take these steps to minimize delays in the eviction process and improve your property’s profits.
BY JERRON KELLEY
There is nothing more frustrating for property managers and investors than to have a non-paying tenant in their property who knows how to use the court system to their advantage. A savvy tenant can often remain in a property without paying for weeks after a valid eviction is filed, simply by contesting the eviction and requesting a hearing, or filing other defenses. While the eviction process is relatively fixed and oftentimes frustrating for landlords, there are steps a property manager can take to minimize delays in the eviction process and improve your property’s profits.
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