Information you need
This page lists the documents used by Investors considering using GBPM and enjoying client status.
A quick way to decide if you want to have GBPM manage your rental property is to review the way renters are screened and managed by reviewing the Tenant Acceptance Policy, Rental Agreement and other documents on the Tenant Support page.
If you like the level of detail and control of renters, review the following documents. The Investor FAQs are a good place to start.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do you handle renters in Ada County, Idaho, that don’t pay?A: The rent is due on the 1st of the month and is late if not received before midnight on the 5th of the month. The next business day, a Notice to Pay Rent or Surrender Possession is served on the Tenant, giving the Tenant 3 business days to pay the rent current or vacate the premises. A $50 late fee is included to cover the legal and service costs.
If the rent due plus late fee is not received on the 3rd day, an eviction process is started using Neal
& Uhl, PLLC, a law firm with an emphasis in real estate and landlord tenant law.
A routine failure to pay rent eviction might proceed as follows. Extraordinary cases may require additional fees such as Sheriff Fees and Attorney Fees.
Normally, in evictions which proceed to trial, the prevailing party is awarded costs and attorney fees. However, it is difficult to collect on the Judgment. We will record the Judgment upon the credit report of the Tenant for a period of 5 years so that if the Tenant needs credit in the future, the
Judgment will have to be paid.
Prepare summons and complaint:
File administration fee = $75, usually within 24 hours
File with County Clerk’s Office, set court date (10 days) and serve Summons and Complaint:
Attorney Fees: $125
Filing Fee: $62
Service Process: $45 - $60 average
Final Trial Preparations:
Additional Attorney Fees: $50
Additional Attorney Fees: $100
Sheriff’s Fees: $40
Recording Fees: $7
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