We Buy Rental Property – Any Situation!

Tired Landlord? Eviction? Problem tenant?

House Heroes buys rental houses fast for cash, in any situation.  We even buy homes needing eviction or with problem tenants.  Sell us the unit “as is” and just collect your check!

Call us at (954) 676-1846 or fill out this simple form
for your guaranteed fast and fair cash offer.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Your privacy is important to us. We won’t share or sell your info.

Problem Tenants

Property management is stressful for landlords.  Landlords expend substantial effort in screening tenants, monitoring their property, and on-going maintenance.  Even after diligent screening, tenants often fail to pay rent and violate lease restrictions.  In extreme cases, landlords must deal with intentional property destruction and illegal conduct.  These circumstances are expensive, and landlords lose thousands of dollars on lost rent and repairs.

Landlords must institute the eviction process to remove non-compliant tenants.  Evictions are time consuming, emotionally draining, and expensive.  Some landlords are tired and simply want to sell the rental unit “as is” with tenants in place.  Real estate investors, such as House Heroes, buy property even with troublesome tenants in place.  Just fill out this form for our fast and fair cash offer.

Eviction Proceedings in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach County

Eviction is the legal process for landlords to remove non-compliant tenants.  Most leases demand rent on the first day of each month, and set forth rules and restrictions.  Landlords may serve tenants not complying with rent payments a “Three-Day Notice”, permitting tenants 3 days to cure their default.  (See Fla. Stat. Ann. § 83-56(3)).  Where non-compliance is due to issues such as destruction, damage, or misuse, landlords may serve a notice terminating the lease or requiring the tenant to cure the deficiency within 7-days.  (See Fla. Stat. Ann. § 83-56(2)).    According to Fla. Stat. Ann. § 83-56(4-5), lease non-compliance notices can be served on the tenant by: the landlord or designated agent; mail or delivery; or leaving the notice at the rental unit.

After serving the “Three-Day Notice”, landlords may file a summons and complaint at the county clerk’s office if the tenant has failed to either pay the outstanding rent or move out.  Tenants have 5 days to submit an answer to an eviction summons, and if they fail to do so, the landlord may seek a default judgment of eviction.  Landlords cannot engage in “self-help” such as turning off utilities, changing the locks, or forcibly removing the tenant.  (See Fla. Stat. Ann. § 83-67).  Landlords must try the eviction case before the courts, and common tenant defenses include: use of “self-help”, failure to provide tenant sufficient notice, no legal justification to evict, retaliation for acts committed in good faith, and discrimination in violation of federal state law.

If a landlord succeeds in the eviction trial, the court issues a “final judgment of eviction,” and the county clerk executes a “writ of possession” ordering the tenant to vacate.  The landlord must serve the tenant with the “writ of possession” and the tenant then has 24-hours to vacate.  Upon request, a Sheriff will keep the peace during the eviction.  (See Fla. Stat. Ann. § 83-62).

Can House Heroes Buy My Eviction Home?

YES!  We purchase homes with problem tenants in place regularly.  Just call us at (954) 676-1846 or fill out this form for an immediate fast and fair cash offer.

Eviction Resources:

Chapter 83, Landlord and Tenant, Florida Statutes

Sample Eviction Notices, Summons, and Complaints, The Florida Bar

Want Us To Take Problem Tenants Off Your Hands?
Fill Out The Form Below And We’ll Call You ASAP!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Your privacy is important to us. We won’t share or sell your info.