Eviction and tenant complaints are rare for property owners

For the vast majority of property owners, eviction is a rare occurrence. So rare, in fact, that it’s very challenging for most property owners to know how to proceed should the situation arise. That’s where we come in. At Rhino Property Management, we are properly equipped with the experience and know-how to successfully handle common and rare eviction scenarios.

Evictions usually occur when tenants breach contract through actions that may include:

  • Repeated failure to pay rent on time
  • Damage to property
  • Use of property for illegal activity
  • disruption of other tenants
  • General violation of lease agreement

Should a more unique problem arise, don’t sweat it. We’ve got you covered. We are fully aware of your rights and will help you to enter. It’s important that eviction notices follow legal protocol. Should a tenant refuse to leave after their lease is over, for example, it’s required to present the tenant with a notice that gives them a specified number of days to leave the premises. We are well versed in all requirements and regulations of eviction notices and what is required from the property owner for each eviction situation. It’s our prerogative to mold our technique to match the wishes of our property owners, and we will always follow through with your policies and carry out evictions when you deem it necessary.

Tenant Complaints

Tenant complaints are a much more frequent occurrence than evictions. Managing tenant complaints and expectations can be time-consuming and an exhausting exercise in diplomacy, not to mention a waste of everyone’s time. Many of these problems can be dealt with preventatively when a relationship is established and tenants know that you take them and the quality of your property seriously. Having a property manager who can effectively establish and maintain these relationships is an incredibly valuable asset for property owners. Not only are they able to establish first hand that tenants are following rules, but their regular presence commands a mutual respect which discourages tenants from neglect and breaking rules. There are many common issues that property managers face which start small, but can quickly spiral into expensive disasters. This is why it is absolutely critical for property owners to have diligent property managers. It’s important to us to ensure an establishment of your rules and expectations, so that when complaints arise, they can be managed in a smooth, reasonable fashion. Contact us for more information on how we can help!