Should you sell with a renter in your home?
This is a common question these days with the ever-changing rules around rentals, landlords, and tenants in WA State.
If you don’t own a rental but, want to buy skip to the end.
Many of our clients have reached out wanting to sell their rentals whether it is a single-family home, multi-family, or commercial property. They however are not happy with their current tenant situation. Or they haven’t been able to get inside the property to see the condition. Our clients want to sell because of prices but, don’t want to put it on the market if the tenant situation will make it difficult to sell. Here is the solution.
It is possible to give your tenant a 60-day notice to vacate in order to sell your property.
What our firm can do is give this 60-day notice. We can decide to list the property and if close it will be at the 60-day mark to give the new owners possession. If the tenant doesn’t move out we can make the agreement subject to the tenant vacating the property. We haven’t had a tenant not move out when done right.
The other option is to give 60 days and wait to list after they move out. Go into the house and fix it up for the market. We can help arrange contractors as well.
If you have a rental that you want to sell shoot me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s put together a proper game plan.
Nick McLean Real Estate
Text Your Address to 509-670-1071 to get a free property valuation.
PS. If you want to buy a home to live in or to rent send me what you want because we have clients waiting 60 days to sell. And you could be the first to know about these deals.