When it comes to selling your house, it is important to understand what options are available. You will need to choose the one that makes sense for you and achieves the best possible outcome for your individual situation.
Property, like any other business, is a numbers game and it is paramount to be fully aware of the financials. The great thing about numbers is that they will always tell you the truth if you provide the right figures. This is obviously very important in property when you are looking for a return on your investment.
Tessa Shepperson is a landlord and tenant lawyer and runs the Landlord Law online service. She has over 15 years experience in the property industry.
She has used her years of experience of working with landlords to create an overview which explains the process and meaning of ‘eviction’ and what your options are as a landlord.
When a landlord comes to sell an investment property, they are always faced with a dilemma. Do they serve notice on the tenant, not knowing when a sale might complete, and suffer a long void period? Or do they sell the property with the tenant in situ, thereby avoiding the dreaded void period whilst a property is empty.