However - if they're late on the rent, they're probably not going to have "key money" on hand.
All the best,
I think you would be very satisfied with them. It is worth the 10% to have them deal with these sort of issues.
Clearly, if the tenant is already 2 weeks late- chances are batter than not, that they do not have the money to pay not only what is past due, but the additional 2 months as well.
If you are not familiar with the eviction process.... there are firms that provide that service at a reasonable rate. It's far better and safer to engage an attorney that does evictions- more professional and efficient than some of these Wild-West style "eviction mills".
Know the Law and Move Quickly...
â§ MIAMI BEACH REAL ESTATE GUY âœº WATERWAY REALTY, REALTORSÂ®
If you're not familiar with Florida Landlord tenant law you need to hire an attorney immediately to assist you with eviction. It may only take the notice on the door to spur your tenant into paying you the rent he owes you.
As far as attempting to collect a deposit or last months' rent, you may want to seek legal guidance before you even make a "request". Be very careful about what you put "in writing".