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Rents, New Tenants & Notices

Notice to Quit (Pay)

Why Is This Important?

There was a time when we listened to tenants stories about why they couldn't pay their rent on time if we thought it made sense or felt sorry for them, we held off serving notices. We've learned over the years this practice actually encourages tenants to pay burns away a lot of time the manager could be spending on other important tasks that benefit the tenants who pay their rents on-time!

What Does Success Look Like?

Success here is very simple, serve all notices to all tenants at the earliest possible moment allowed by law. All late payers are served notices to quit for non-payment of rent on the 10th of the month. We follow all the appropriate laws with respect to the timing, format and cure period for the quit notices. We issue them without joy, plenty of empathy and yet no reluctance, as this is our obligation based on the rules of the park and the law.

Key Success Objectives
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  • The park manager will print the quit notice for non-payment of rent and servce to all later payers on the 10th.

  • The manager will follow the appropriate service process: sign and date, tape to the tenant's front door, drops another in the mail, signs the POS, scans everything and uploads to the tenant file in Rent Manager.

  • If the tenant does not pay during the cure period, the park manager will engage the offsite manager to ensure the file is turned over to the park attorney.

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