Struggling to get a hold of your tenants?

Struggling to get a hold of your tenants?

Are you struggling to get a hold of your tenants?

You call, you text, you email …, but they don’t respond?

It can be really frustrating to deal with tenants that don’t communicate with you about important matters.

At Green Sur Properties, we’ve helped a lot of homeowners through this problem, counseling them on how to talk with their tenants and how to sell their home when tenants aren’t responding.

Here’s some of the advice we’d offer:

Try to Contact Your Tenant — if you haven’t already, then try to contact your tenant and give them a reasonable amount of time to respond. Call them and text them and then give it a few weeks to see if they reply.

Send a Letter — If you don’t get a response, then send a letter to the tenant and save yourself a copy of what you sent. If you have to evict your tenant or get into a legal battle, you’ll want to document this communication as much as possible.

Consider Eviction — If your tenant doesn’t reply to your letter after a few weeks, it’s time to consider eviction. You can evict the tenant yourself or hire a company to do it for you. The other option is to sell your property for cash.

Sell Your Property For Cash — We buy houses in Los Angeles for cash, as-is. We can close in as little as two weeks and we can even evict tenants for you, if needed be. This is a great option if you just want to get rid of the stress of owning a difficult property.

You can reach us at (323) 990-3922 to get a fair cash offer.

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