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We completed another eviction in Miami, Florida. The landlord lives in Virginia and needed our eviction services very badly. The tenant was living rent free in the property for over four months. We spoke on the phone and emailed all the pertinent information. It is very difficult to be a landlord when you live out of state. The landlord, Aleyda, was desperate to see the tenants evicted. The landlord could not wait. We started the eviction process immediately.
The landlord was calling us on a daily basis demanding the status of the case. She also called the court and the Sheriff’s office. This lady was right on top of the eviction case at all times. I am going to miss her daily phone calls. She was monitoring our every move and our progress. The Three Day Notice, the summons, the motions, the answers, the default package, Writ of Possession, The Sheriff’s schedule and timeline. We finally got the Writ of Possession signed by the judge and forwarded to the Sheriff’s office.
The Sheriff’s Notice to vacate was posted on the front door. The notice states that the Sheriff will be back in 24 hours in order to do the eviction. Most renter leave immediately after the Sheriff Notice is posted. No one wants to wait for the end and be forcibly evicted. These tenants did not leave. They stayed in the property almost until the end. The landlord was still calling daily for an update.
Finally the Sheriff called me to schedule the eviction at 9:15 in the morning. Two Sheriff’s deputies came out for this eviction. The tenants were seen in the premises last night. They were moving out their last belongings before it was too late. The place was cleaned out. The tenants had already moved out when the police arrived. No furniture, no clothes, everything was gone. We opened the door for the Sheriffs and they went inside the premises.
The Sheriff noted that the apartment was not marked with the letter B as stated in the Writ of Possession. They saw the mail box posted with B and proceeded to go in. They went in and made sure no one was there and no furniture was inside. They placed a Sheriff’s Notice at the front door. The notice reads, “Office of the Metropolitan Sheriff, Miami Dade Police Department, ATTENTION. The persons residing at SW 2 ST Miami, Fl. were evicted by the Miami Dade Police Department on 2/2/2010. Pursuant to Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes it is unlawful for anyone to enter without the permission of the owner. Re-entry may result in arrest. Court case # and signed by Deputy Sheriff Miami Dade Police Department.”
We do not just evict and leave you with the nightmare. We also fix the premises, rent fix, rent and collect. You get it all in one stop from one company.
We offer the following services,
Eviction Service – Includes all court fees. Filing all require paperwork, unlimited court appearances representing you as your property manager. Obtaining Writ of Possession signed by the judge. Accompanying Sheriff to the premises, Changing the locks, Taking possession of the property. We are not attorneys and we do not offer legal advise.
Rental Service – Finding a new tenant, screening tenant, prepare all document and disclosures including, Contract to Lease, Residential Lease Agreement, Lead Based Paint Addendum, Mold Disclosure, Addendum, Sexual Predator Disclosure, and other disclosures as required by Florida Law.
Property Management Service – Collecting the rent on the first of the month, Depositing the money in your account or mailing to you. Inspect the property, Handle repairs and maintenance.
Call Hector Lesende at (305) 300-7788 or visit www.lesende.com
Hector Lesende is owner-licensed real estate broker in Miami, Fl. Serving Miami real estate, Miami Lakes real estate, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Hialeah, Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. We provide a South Florida Foreclosure List. We are HUD registered brokers. We offer Miami South Florida Eviction Service.