One of the most confusing aspects of real estate in California are the notices to Tenants. Here are a few tips:
The 3 day notice is the most important document to get right. Review this document several times before providing it to a Tenant.
30 Day Notice = This gives the Tenant a written warning that he has 30 days to vacate the property. San Diego County requires a reason for the notice.
60 Day Notice = After the Tenant has been in place as a resident for over one year a 60 day notice is required in order to vacate the property.
Don't attempt to fill these forms out on your own. I'm a big DIY person. There is a major difference between repairing the kitchen sink and creating written agreements. Please consult a Realtor, Property Manager or an Attorney.
If you don't plan to listen to my advice about obtaining professional assistance at a minimum do not copy someone else's template. All situations are different.
As a reminder I am not a legal professional. For legal opinions please consult an Attorney. www.findlaw.com is also a resource.
About Colleen K. Cotter - mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group
The mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group provides professional real estate consultation in the areas of residential, income properties, luxury rentals, short sales, first time home Buyers, real estate for senior citizens, real estate issues related to divorce, military and corporate relocation. We are experts in downtown San Diego and coastal properties especially Coronado, Encinitas and Point Loma, downtown lofts and condos, urban planning and sports team seasonal placements.
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