How long does the eviction process usually take?

How long does the eviction process usually take?

A strict rent collection policy will minimize your exposure to the eviction process. We

aggressively pursue rent collection to make sure tenants know they must pay on time or swift

action will be taken. The eviction process is started no later than the 7th day of the month. When

the tenant realizes the seriousness of the matter, the rent is almost always paid in a timely


The eviction process moves quickly through the use of our attorney’s office. From start to finish

it takes approximately four to six weeks. Our attorney’s office will: serve a “Pay or Quit” notice,

file court documents, appear in court, get a judgment, forward the paperwork to the Sheriff’s

office and then notify our brokerage to regain possession.

Getting started is simple. Call or email us to discuss your specific needs. You can also fill out this contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We will conduct a comparative rental analysis and fax or e-mail it to you with a personalized property management agreement. When we receive the documents, we will begin marketing and/or managing your property immediately.