Phoenix Property Management - tenant won't pay.
The "Do it Yourselfer" Way.
Give the tenant notices and evict him when he fails to pay rent.
Phoenix Property Management and evicting a tenant. Depending on how much your time is worth you may choose to complete this process yourself. How long will this take? You can't give him a notice to vacate until his rent is overdue. Most rental agreements provide that rent is not "delinquent" until after the fifth of the month. Most landlords won't do anything until rent is late. In truth, even if your rental agreement provides rent is delinquent after the fifth of the month, rent is overdue on the second day of the month, and your may begin the eviction process that day. However most landlords won't start the process until after the fifth of the month. Early on the sixth day give him a 5 day notice to pay or quit. Five days later, not counting the day you served then file the forcible detainer action. The justice court gives you a court date not less than 3 days nor more than 6 away which will inevitably include a weekend which are not counted. You go to the court the day of and receive a judgment for possession and past due rent. The Writ of Restitution, which grants you the right of posession of the premises, however will not be issued until another five days has lapsed. Once this takes place you immediate pay the fee necessary to the sheriff or constable to go out and "forcibly" evict him.
Hire us at Opulent Real Estate Group to manage this process for you.
We will work with our Eviction Attorney on a reduced cost basis to you to remove the problem tenant as quickly as possible (usually 30 days or under). We will then immediate schedule vendors, oversee repairs/clean up, advertise for lease, and re-lease the home as quickly as humanly possible. We strive to be your "go to" for Phoenix Property Management! Feel free to call us at 480.588.8356 Press option #1.