Author Topic: How to go direct with tenant and boot the property manager out  (Read 559 times)

bornInFlorida

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Folks, I have a rental property in California that is managed via a property manager. The property manager signed the lease with the tenant for one year and since it has been year, the property is on month-to-month (per lease agreement). My agreement/contract with the property manager is also month-to-month now.

I would like to manage the property directly thus avoiding the few hundred dollars being charged by the property manager.  I would imagine that I would need to draw a new lease agreement with the tenant. Can you please share more details as to what all I need to do?

Thank you.

rothwem

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Re: How to go direct with tenant and boot the property manager out
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2019, 09:42:08 AM »
If you’re asking this, you aren’t ready to boot the property manager.