In California, when terminating tenancy for a lease in which terms regarding such are not stipulated—when the tenant is on month-to-month, for example—you must give a 60-day notice to any tenant that has lived at the property longer than one year. If the tenant is on a month-to-month and has been at the property for less than a year, only a 30-day notice is required.
Conversely, if terms for terminating tenancy are written into the lease, these terms must be followed. At 24 Hour Property Management, we encourage owners to put tenants on a year lease that stipulates that either party must give 30-day notice prior to termination of the lease. Essentially, towards the end of the eleventh month of the lease, we have a discussion with the owner and notify the tenant if they are eligible for a renewal. If eligible, we give the tenant a few days to accept or notify us of their intent to vacate the property.
Contact 24 Hour Property Management, Inc.
We’ve helped hundreds of investors rent properties over the years and we take pride in the level of communication that is needed to make the termination or renewal of a tenancy go as smoothly as possible, for both with the owner and tenant. If interested, you can reach us seven days a week at 949-409-8585 or you can check us out on the web at 24hourpm.com.