Are you a residential landlord and concerned about getting your property back at the end of the tenancy? Or do you have a problem tenant that is causing you sleepless nights through bad behavior and a failure to pay the rent? No matter what the reason is, if you have to take action to regain possession of your property, it's always good to know where you stand, how to start the process and how to tackle the issue in a practical and effective manner.
The attached article explains the process in a clear and easy to understand way. It gives a detailed breakdown of each of the key stages, the expected timeline and the costs involved in every step.
Are you ready to the take first step? If so, we trust that our attached guidance has given you some assistance in getting started. If you need expert advice and a friendly helping hand, let’s talk.
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You might want to take the property back from the tenant because the tenant has done something wrong, like not paying rent on time or neglecting the property or not leaving on time when their tenancy has come to an end. You might simply want the property back for other commercial reasons.