Evicting Tenants & Ending Tenancies Advice

This section of my blog covers two distinct scenarios in regards to terminating a tenancy:

  • You’re experiencing difficulties with your tenant(s), and you want to evict them.
  • You have no problem with your tenant(s), but you do want to amicably notify them that you no longer want to continue the tenancy (for whatever reason) once the fixed term expires.

Ultimately, both scenarios equate to you wanting to terminate a tenancy, and if that’s the case, you’re in the right place, because I cover it right here.

A little more on Evicting Tenants (from a personal perspective)

If you’re currently in the trenches and dealing with a difficult tenant(s), then I probably don’t need to tell you that what you’re going through is one of the worst aspects of being a landlord.

The process can be painfully frustrating, and gut-wrenchingly expensive, and it’s usually a shining reminder of how unfair cruel the legal system can be.

I’ve been through the whole ‘bullshit tenant’ experience and the eviction process before, and believe you me, if you’re feeling anxious, fearful, and sick to the core, then let me assure you that what you’re feeling is perfectly normal.

Unfortunately, dealing with unsavoury tenants and evictions is part of the business, and the odds are most landlords will eventually come across a rotten egg. It’s the nature of the BTL beast.

However, it does end, and when it does, not only will you feel incredible and continue to prosper, but you’ll also be a better landlord because of it.

While there isn’t a silver-bullet solution to avoiding bad tenants and evictions altogether, there are definitely ways of minimizing the risk, most notably, conducting thorough tenant referencing. Alas, sometimes shit happens, and the collision can’t be side-stepped, no matter how many precautions we take.

My objective is to provide you with the information you need to help you resolve your tenant related problems as quickly as humanly possible.

The sad reality is, many [cowboy] landlords take matters into their own hands, and consequently sway from the proper legal procedures, and more often than not it results in further delays and expenses. So it’s critically important to handle these matters the right way.

Many landlords feel comfortable enough to manage the eviction process themselves, and there’s plenty of resources and information (further down this page) to help you pursue your path, and ultimately seek justice.

However, if you’re feeling confused and vulnerable, and would prefer professional support, I would highly recommend seeking the advice of tenant eviction professionals. They deal with problematic tenants on a daily basis, so they know the best and quickest way to resolve the problems legally – it’s often the cheapest solution, too.

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