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    Quote Originally Posted by 88CRX View Post
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    It’s a fine line to not have concrete left in the shitters.

    Tee up what condition you expect the place to be in on move out day. Then as your doing the inspection have a locksmith on site so they know they’re fucking out. Then I believe you have some time to give them an invoice of damages.
    You have 10 days to return security deposit, so don't let them know they aren't getting it back during the move out walk through.

    Note all the damages if any in the unit, have them sign the move out inspection sheet then:

    "Thanks, I'll get these documents scanned and I'll send you a copy for your records along with your security deposit less any deductions"

    Change locks, remove access to buzzer, wait a few days then let old tenants know after deducting owed rent they are getting $0 back. Done and dusted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90_Shelby View Post
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    Have you ever heard the term, you can't take blood from a stone......
    what makes you think the tenants have no money? Their just moving... there was no sob story about losing their job and being broke. They just provided 6 days notice to move.

    A lot of you guys have a weird way to run a business. To let someone run over you and your business costing you time and money with no repercussions seems a bit lazy.

    I'd make the tenant sweat it out even if in the end all I keep is the deposit.

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    Maybe the tenant's dad can move in for the remainder of the lease. Then you won't have to fuck him.
    Full wallet > full ass cavity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recca168 View Post
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    Oddly enough I have had this happen to me 3 times. Every time I was given less than a month notice. I did keep the damage deposit as lost rents.

    Each time the property sat vacant for a month and was rented the month after. It should be pretty reasonable to claim the damage deposit as lost rents. It takes time to do repairs and find a new tenant. I wouldn't expect to get anything else back though
    Yeah I will see what happens but I expect this scenario for me as well.

    And to gwill's point, the tenants have money. Just a matter if they are willing to pay or not.

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    Probably bought a house, I hear it's a good time to buy.

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