How do I remove a tenant or the former owner after I have foreclosed?

Just because you have foreclosed upon a property does not mean you have the right to remove whoever is in occupancy.

Certain laws afford a tenant, that had a valid lease with the former property owner, a right to occupy the property until the end of the lease! There are however exceptions to this right.

Even if you have the right to remove the tenant or former owner immediately, you may still need to serve proper notices and proceed with a civil lawsuit for what is called unlawful detainer.

We can assist you in taking possession of the property and also in pursuing the former property owner for monies you may still be owed. Contact us by using the form to the right, or call us at (702) 451-7077. We will be glad to help you through your problem.