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Owning rental properties can be rewarding. Rental homes can also carry a tremendous amount of stress. The reward comes when you have the right amount of revenue that will allow you to have a management company take care of the properties for you. In many cases, homeowners become landlords have about 1-2 properties that may have been inherited or were once owner-occupied. This is when being a landlord becomes a huge headache. If you’re lucky, you will make a few hundred dollars a month, but home repairs, cleanup, and emergencies can quickly absorb the little money made on a property. Lastly, no matter how clean a renter is, once they move out, your house could be left in pretty bad condition.

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Selling Rental Properties Because of Bad Rental Management Companies

Having a rental company manage your house can be very rewarding, but all management companies aren’t created equal. What constitutes as a bad real estate management company?

  • If the company has horrible reviews and the reviews all sound the same…you have a bad management company.
  • If the company is always getting sued for bad practices…you have a bad management company.
  • If your rental properties aren’t being maintained like they should, and they are falling apart…you have a bad management company.

The worst part of having a bad real estate management company is the kickback you get from disgruntle renters. When tenants feel mistreated and disrespected, your business bottom line could be majorly affected. So you will lose money from properties, and your monthly payment to the management company is still due.

Selling A House While Renting It Out

There are several things to consider before selling a tenant occupied property. Do you wait for the tenant lease is up before sell or do sell the rental property while a renter is still living in it? What are the pros and cons should you be aware of before making a move.

Waiting for the lease to end before selling rental house

Once the lease has ended, you’ll probably want to get the property sold ASAP! Cash Out House will make you an all cash offer while the renter still occupies the property. If you agree with the proposal, we can close quick and easy, on a date that works with your (and your renters) timeline.

Sell a rental house with tenants living in it

To make it the transaction a little easier for your renters, consider offering them lower rent for two or three months to help you, with keeping the property clean and presentable while showing the house. Other incentives you may want to consider is, offer a flexible move-out date or reimbursing moving costs if by some chance the new owner wants them to move.

Selling rental house – properties can be stressful, time-consuming, and expensive. We can eliminate that stress and give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your house hassles are completely done – without having to fix it up, show it, wait for buyer financing, or evict the tenants. And, it all happens SO FAST.

We work with people every week who need to sell their house fast.

From people in foreclosure, going through a divorce, relocating and can’t sell their house, those who own a vacant house they don’t want to deal with any more… to landlords tired of dealing with tenants, people who inherited a house they don’t want, good folks who lost their job and just can’t afford the payment any more and can’t afford to pay a real estate agent their fees to sell it, to people who owe more on their house than it’s worth and listing with an agent just isn’t an option.

What all of these people we help have in common is…

  • They deserve to receive fair treatment
  • They need a quick solution that puts cash in their pocket right away
  • They shouldn’t have to pay all of the extra cash for real estate agent fees, closing fees, etc.
  • They just want to end the headache this investment property is giving them

… and we can help them achieve all of these.