Do-it-yourself and get your property back
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You have a rental property. Maybe you moved and couldn't sell your old place, or maybe you bought it as an investment.
You need your tenants to pay the rent, on time, and to follow the rules in the lease. But, now the tenants are not paying, constantly late, or damaging the property or breaking the community rules.
Whatever the reason, you need to get your property back. We make it easy and cost effective for you to get your property back.
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How It's Done
You have the power to draft your own legal documents by providing a simple, step-by-step wizard approach. Your answers to our wizard questions are used to build ALL custom court documents.
The document can be previewed as you proceed or once you're finished. You ask ... "Why should I use EvictionsPro instead of hiring a lawyer?
Because you can! If your eviction is uncontested, you don't need to hire a lawyer. So why pay two or three times as much to do something that you can do yourself with a little help?Get Started Now
If your eviction is contested and you own your unit as an individual, you can still do it yourself at a fraction of the cost of hiring a lawyer.
And even if the unit is owned by a corporation, LLC, or other entity, you can use EvictionsPro to prepare and file your eviction, and then only use a lawyer to go to court if you need to.
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