Landlords 5 Day Eviction Notice Free Form



Here’s this weeks Landlord form for ya.

As a landlord myself, I know that sometimes it takes a bit of a nudge to a non paying tenant to get them to pay their rent.

This is where the 5 Day Eviction Notice comes in.

Send the 5 Day notice to your tenants to give them the notice required by state law (check your states specific laws) before you can start the eviction proceedings.

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5 Responses to “Landlords 5 Day Eviction Notice Free Form”

  1. VICTOR BARCELO January 6, 2009 at 12:16 am #

    SEEMS YOUR WEBSITE IS MORE TOWARD HELPING US LANDLORDS.

  2. Anna January 6, 2009 at 1:56 am #

    hello, I have a question I have a home that I am renting to this people. They been there for almost 2 years now and there contract has expired. But now they own me 2 months rent. And they just ignore my phone calls even me showing up at the property to ask them for the rent. Can I evict them , by just telling them to move out. Or do i have to follow a law and forms? please help! I am desperate…

    Thank you,
    Anna

  3. Trevor Mauch January 7, 2009 at 7:17 pm #

    Hey Anna, Thanks for the question.

    Bummer about the deadbeat tenants.

    First, all of us rental property owners learn a lot from the school of hard knocks… and this is one of those lessons for you.

    For next time (of course it’s too late for this circumstance)… as soon as a tenant is 4-5 days late with rent I always send them a letter w/ a nice tone that points out that their rent is late and it must be paid in full within x days (see what your state laws on eviction are and use those time periods… I use 5) I’ll start eviction proceedings… and of course make it known that the tenant will be responsible for all of your legal fees as well as back rent and late fees if it goes that far.

    Then, if they don’t pay rent by that date you set… you have to be firm and let them know that you are starting the eviction filing and the only way to stop it is to pay rent in full.

    Usually it takes 30-60 days for an eviction to go through in my area… so the sooner you start the better. In your current case… you’re already 2 months behind… so theoretically if you start to evict now it could still take 30-60 days to get the tenants out if they choose to hold out on you.

    To answer your question… legally just telling them to move out isn’t an eviction. You can start that route and see if they move out… you can even offer to pay them $100 if they move out within 5 days as a bribe… because it’ll be way more expensive than $100 for you if they make you go through the eviction proceeds.

    To evict you have to follow your states eviction laws which usually require certified letters, posting the eviction notice on the door, etc. Check your landlord tenant laws to see the required time limits.

    All in all, it sounds like you’re in a bad situation. I’d do a search online to find your landlord tenant laws… or call your state office to see if they can point you toward the laws. Then, start eviction immediately to get them out as soon as you can.

    I hope that helps a bit.

    Thanks!

    - Trevor

  4. Trevor Mauch January 7, 2009 at 7:18 pm #

    Hey Victor,

    Yes, a large portion of our site is geared toward landlords because I own rental properties myself and try to give advice on topics that I know very well.

    Pretty soon there will be other investors who specialize in other topics who will help post great actionable content in other specialties.

    Thanks again!

    - Trevor

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