Over the past ten years, Triumph has emerged as a leader in Las Vegas real estate management. We are a property management company that has grown from strength to strength; offering affordable, transparent, professional service that you can trust. We are also among the highest rated such companies in Las Vegas – on Google, Yelp and many other top review platforms. We strive to deliver the very best service for our clients, going above and beyond client expectations to deliver real results that make a difference.
That’s why our Las Vegas eviction services add value. You need to comply by local, state and federal legislation when evicting a tenant. You cannot violate the terms of the agreement you made with the tenant. In reality, this means you cannot forcibly remove the tenant; remove their belongings from the property; nor commit any action that violates the tenant’s occupancy (for example: turning off electrics or water supply).
You can learn more about our eviction services or, alternatively, learn more about the process involved where tenants fail to pay rent.
You must follow the correct protocol when choosing to evict tenants. Broadly speaking, this involves the following procedure (in cases where the tenant fails to pay rent):
STEP 1 - Landlord first serves an eviction notice
The tenant either vacates the property (in which case the landlord can take possession of the property – assuming the tenant has no intent to return), or the tenant fails to both vacate and pay rent.
STEP 2 - Landlord files a court complaint
The tenant may respond to the complaint, in which case a hearing date is issued. The hearing is then held – eviction may be denied or granted.
However, if the tenant fails to respond to the complaint – an eviction order is drawn up and sent to the relevant constable. The landlord may then pay / instruct the landlord to perform the lock-out.
STEP 3 – Lock-out date issued
The constable then posts the lock-out date on the property’s door. At that date or before the date, the tenant is obliged to leave or may forcibly remove the tenant from the property – as per the court order above.
We can see, then, that the entire eviction service – as per the courts – is very simple and transparent. Assuming the landlord is correct in their critique of the tenant, there is nothing to worry about. Sometimes, though, landlords become increasingly impatient with the incumbent tenant.
As owners of the property, they become frustrated with how the situation is being handled and decide to take matters into their own hands. Though this is understandable, it is the wrong and improper course of action. Remember, the tenant can also take legal action against the landlord where the latter is responsible for wrongdoing. You, as the landlord, need to tread carefully in such circumstances.
Triumph Property Management has dealt with innumerable evictions for over 10 years.
We understand how best to remove tenants from the property – in a professional, timely manner that ensures the swift transition to the next tenant. We follow the letter of the law to help you remove tenants that prove to be challenging. We can also help you find alternative, more suitable tenants. That’s because we thoroughly screen our tenants to the very highest standards. You can be certain that, through our tenant selection process, you receive the highest quality tenants.
If you’d like to learn more about our eviction services, contact a member of our team today. You can call us direct at (702) 367-2323 or, alternatively, you can fill out our online form and a member of our eviction team will be in touch very shortly.
Thank you for considering Triumph Property Management for your eviction needs.