How Do I Protect Potential Landlords?

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Real Estate Agent with The Berkshire Group

How do I protect potential Landlords?   I am in a real dilema here.... I have tenants who have abandoned my property leaving a garage full of trash....literally from top to bottom including dirty diapers thrown in the backyard.  Of course, until my court date on  April 1st, I cannot enter the house to see what damage they have caused.....so, my neighbors have to deal with mice, the stench of garbage and the god-awful site of blowing trash....the eviction notice is still on the front door, utility charges are mounting and these tenants have, according to police reports and friends, have moved on to Nevada.  

Nevada property managers and landlords....BEWARE!  Both of these individuals are on Facebook and she also is on LinkedIn....she claims to be a real esate investor and model.   Right......neither applies to her. Once I get through the court hearing on Wednesday, I will take and post photos.  In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me.  

Comments (2)

Fred Griffin Florida Real Estate
Fred Griffin Real Estate - Tallahassee, FL
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker

  In Florida, pursuant to F.S. 83,  "The landlord may enter the dwelling unit at any time for the protection or preservation of the premises"   

   Colorado should pass a similar statute.

 

Mar 30, 2015 01:08 PM
Emelyn Morris-Sayre
The Berkshire Group - Lakewood, CO
CRS, REALTOR, Lakewood/Denver 303-517-5116

We do....and I tried...the tenants had already skipped....I have contacted CRS in Nevada...hopefully, they will share.

Mar 30, 2015 01:38 PM