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    Is it possible to take tenants out to live yourself?

    Hello

    If a property is sold with tenants, is it possible to take them out and live yourself?

    I am referring to normal situations and not any for life tenancies or anything like that.

    Thanks!

    #2
    If you are referring to living in the property yourself, then the only way is to serve notice on the T's so you get possession, once you have possession of the property and if it is mortgaged you need to notify them that you want to make the property a residential and not a BTL, then you can live there. If there is no mortgage, then you only need to gain possession and live there.

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      #3
      Originally posted by landing View Post
      Hello

      If a property is sold with tenants, is it possible to take them out
      Sounds a bit drastic, but I suppose these are difficult times for everyone

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        #4
        Originally posted by DPT57 View Post

        Sounds a bit drastic, but I suppose these are difficult times for everyone
        i thought the same but did not say it going all Hitman Agent 47.

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          #5
          Originally posted by landing View Post
          Hello

          If a property is sold with tenants
          More importantly landing.

          Find out how long the tenants have been living there for before you buy the property, do you know how long ?
          Thunderbirds are go

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            #6
            If you're wanting to live there then you should buy it with vacant possession otherwise it'll be a long time before you can evict them.

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