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KRISTINA HEIMSTAEDT

REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONAL

Kristina Heimstaedt is a resourceful professional committed to helping her clients reach their real estate goals through her in-depth, local knowledge, high energy and ingenuity. In her first year in real estate, she closed over five million dollars in sales.


JUST CAUSE EVICTION: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

Landlords may only evict for “just cause.” There is a list of 15 reasons. The just cause reasons are divided into two categories:


  1. “At fault” termination of tenancy is generally based upon a tenant’s breach of the lease, among other reasons, and does not require the payment of relocation assistance.“At fault” reasons include non-payment of rent, nuisance, criminal activity, refusal to allow entry, and breach of a material term of the lease. 
  2. “No fault” termination of tenancy is allowed when the tenant has not breached the lease and will require the landlord to pay one month’s rent in relocation assistance. “No fault” reasons include owner occupancy, withdrawal from the rental market, substantial remodeling and compliance with government order to vacate the property. 


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