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Selling 2 adjacent duplexes, occupied by Anonymous on January 2, 2018 @23:32

                              
M2M. Good, strong tenants. I could end all tenancies of course, but am loath to do so. So how do I sell these? Video the interiors? What about inspections?? I want to sell them as a pair.
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Re: Selling 2 adjacent duplexes, occupied by Anonymous on January 3, 2018 @07:15 [ Reply ]
Sometimes buyers like vacant property and other like occupied property.
You have to see if prospective buyer wants the property unoccupied at the closing.
You want to keep your tenants and it is a good idea to do so because you have your monthly income .Not only that, It is occupied and so insurance company will not stop covering it.
The city requires you pay taxes which you get from rental income and if you have your property vacant it is a loss.
Other thing vacant property is easy to be vandalized by intruder and you do not want that.
It seems to me .

Re: Selling 2 adjacent duplexes, occupied by P-Bone (NY and OH) on January 4, 2018 @11:59 [ Reply ]
If they are good tenants, I would honestly discuss it with them. I was out of state when I sold my quad with three units occupied. All tenants provided the agent with contact information and agreed to allow her to contact them directly to schedule showings at convenient times. Good tenants go a long way.

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