Property Management can be very frustrating at times when you do it by yourself. I know because I manage my properties and the families properties. From my experience, I have learned that you have to treat a tenant like a business not a friend.
Try talking to them to see if they will cooperate, but do NOT tell them you will begin the eviction process if they dont because that could trigger them to not pay you any rent and destroy the house. If they are still unwilling to cooperate then I would immediately contact the nearest Eviction services company and begin the eviction process. Dont let yourself get taken advantage of and show no fear towards them
Let me how this situation works out for you. Good Luck
Indalecio "Andy" Del Real
Any agreement you had appears to have been broken numerous times and it way past time to get rid of him.
I have been doing property management for a while and would never let a tenant get this far with these many issues. How you handle it is up to what the original contact states. You can give him a 30 day notice to quit and move out, then start eviction proceedings. However, it would be to your advantage to speak with them first about clearing up the matter. This way he doesn't take it out on the home if you know what I mean. If that doesn't work, then it is time to get tough.
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