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“Hi Bill, I own a house in North Texas and I’ve been having all kinds of trouble collecting the rent from my current tenants. They skipped 2 months of rent back in May & June and started paying again in July & Aug but then, now they don’t have money to pay for this month(September), I am getting ready to file Eviction on them.
Do you have any advice for me with this kind of situation? Thanks for your help, I’m looking forward to hearing from you,”. Sincerely, Teresa S.
It sounds like your tenants are running over you like a Mack truck. They are costing you money! If I woke up in your shoes this morning I would begin the eviction process immediately. Don’t change your mind, or listen to any sob stories. Put them out and find some good tenants that will pay their rent. Start fresh and be firm with your new tenants. If you haven’t already, sign up for a free account with the American Apartment Owners Association. You can find a link on my blog. I recommend you take advantage of the discount and join as a premium member so you may screen future tenants.
Keep track of all the rent they owe and your out of pocket costs to ready and re-rent the unit. After they are gone, let me know and I will try to help you with the debt.
Don’t let tenants like this run over you!
Keep your chin up and press forward. Good luck, and let me know if I can be of any help.
Regards, Bill Gray