Whether you own one single-family rental home or manage a diverse portfolio of real estate holdings, as a landlord you’ll be faced with the challenge of evicting a problem tenant at some point or another. It’s not a question if, but when. And if you’re a serious investors, with a serious portfolio of rental properties, then tenant eviction is something you come up against on a regular basis. How you choose to handle tenant eviction can make all the difference in the world when it comes to maintaining and maximizing the profitability of your rental portfolio.
As tempting as it may be to get a problem tenant out of a unit as quickly as possible, by any means necessary, it’s important to stay in compliance with all state and local laws and regulations. One misstep, one wrong turn, and you can easily find yourself on the losing side of a wrongful eviction lawsuit. While evicting a tenant doesn’t necessarily require an attorney, a good attorney, with expertise in eviction law, can get a problem tenant out quickly, limit personal liability to you the landlord, and make your life much easier.
Jeremy Shorts, owner and principal at The Law Offices of Jeremy M. Shorts, more commonly known as “Utah Eviction Law” (UtahEvictionLaw.com), specializes in tenant eviction for rental property owners and managers in Utah County and along the Greater Wasatch Front. To say Jeremy is good at what he does would be an understatement—he’s one of the best in the business. Jeremy gets problem tenants out quickly, cost effectively and painlessly.
If tenant eviction is part of your life, you want Jeremy on your team. Jeremy is a NAIPO endorsed landlord-tenant attorney, eviction lawyer and income property specialist you can trust.