Your best course of action is to talk to an attorney who is qualified in rent/eviction issues in San Francisco. I would not recommend getting advice from a realtor with respect to your situation. I work 7 days a week and I'm here through the holidays to help clients so please feel free to send me an email and I can provide some attorney referrals for you if you like.
Rich Bennett, Realtor
Zephyr Real Estate
Gather all your documentation, the leases and any estoppels you got when you pruchased the building and read through them. Get a referral to an attorney, here, from your agent, or the brokerage they work with and have an initial conversation. If the attorney meets your needs set up a full conference and move forward.
For some this process seems daunting but the advice I give my cleints is to just start the process and commit to following through. It will be resolved.
If you place a property manager between yourself and the tenant you will be able to reduce your involvement.
Lance King/Owner-Managing Broker
Best of luck,
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group CA DRE 01844627
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does it mean that i can just post 60 days noticed? without paying them re allocation fees?