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I follow a fellow by the name of Bill Gray who is known as “The Landlord Doctor”. He is a seasoned debt collector and has some great advice about screening tenants in the following article. I’ve mentioned some of this … Continue reading
I had hoped to have my eviction package all complete by now, but time has managed to get away from me and the project keeps expanding. Currently I am just finishing page four of the outline up, I already have … Continue reading
Although some people have had success with collecting money from evicted tenants, unless the outstanding amount owed is over a couple thousand dollars you may be better off letting it go.
The time and energy you waste trying to collect could probably better serve you by spending extra time finding and screening for exceptional tenants to replace the less than stellar former inhabitants. For those of you looking to collect, though here is some information to help you with the process of either garnishing a former tenant’s wages, or potentially seizing tenant’s assets to pay outstanding deb. Continue reading
This particular post could have also been titled “Google Knows All”, but it does revolve around tenants, so I thought I would share. Hopefully there are a couple lessons and some laughter for everyone in this. Around mid December I … Continue reading
Can you get evicted in the winter in Alberta? Is it expensive to evict a tenant? How long does an eviction in Alberta take? These questions and more are answered for you. Continue reading
The capacity for people to continually astound me never seems to end. Here is an email I received today from someone looking for a room. Hello! The following is a reply to your “Rentals For Women, Short Term Shared Accommodation” … Continue reading
What an anticlimactic day. After all the drama, all the issues, all the problems, this latest eviction seems to be winding down with barely a whimper. I ended up meeting with the bailiff today and we posted the notice, changed … Continue reading
A small village must be very upset my tenant hasn’t come home in a while. He doesn’t seem to get it, I have even tried using little words, but apparently to no avail. The Villagers patiently await the return of … Continue reading
So after all the drama, SWAT boy couldn’t attend his own eviction hearing. Guess when you are busy you have other priorities in life! Apparently he had to work, he even called into the hearing office today to tell them … Continue reading
Do you realize the number one search string that brings people to this site is hinged around the word eviction? Ironically for the last three or four months my entire life has revolved around evicting problem tenants who believe they … Continue reading
How refreshing, every day my thoughts about people and helping out get dragged further down. Case in point, SWAT boy caused a bit more stress Sunday. Here I am sitting at home when the neighbour to the house calls. When … Continue reading
The story of SWAT boy carrys on, and it just keeps getting better, fortunately I am trying to take the positive lessons from this. First I screwed up. Everyone take note, don’t fill out eviction forms when you are frustrated … Continue reading
Because SWAT showed up you moron and that counts as the final strike! The full SWAT story is available here, Has Police Tactical Visited Your Rental Property Lately? So by the title, you can guess I had an interesting day … Continue reading
First off, thanks to everyone who emailed or commented on yesterday’s frustration post. We received plenty of incredibly positive replies and it has helped Karen and I create a much clearer picture of what we are currently doing, what we … Continue reading