Selling your San Diego Home with a tenant occupying it

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Sky Village Realty Corp BRE#01831996

This is a topic that comes up quite often in conversations with our clients in San Diego. The main questions is if it is advisable to sell their home or condo when there is a tenant occupying the unit. There is typically confusion as what the law allows for when it comes to selling a tenant occupied property, conducting showings while respecting the tenants rights and what are the best practices for selling a property while a tenant is living in it.

 

Please read our recent blog post about Selling your San Diego Home when a tenant is occupying it

 

If you have any questions related to downtown San Diego condominiums including luxury high rise condos please don't hesitate to contact us. We specialize on high rise living in downtown San Diego. 

 

**More Information**
Downtown San Diego Condo Guide | San Diego Luxury Condo Guide
San Diego Loft Guide | San Diego High Rise Guide

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Bill Reddington
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Dealing with tenants can always be interesting. Lots of times it is not an issue. Occasionally it is.

Jul 22, 2014 01:31 PM #1
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Sharon Paxson
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There can be certain challenges when dealing with tenants, and I do respect their right to privacy. I always offer to work well with them as well, and I believe the seller's appreciate this.

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