1. Issue A Warning. It may be a cliché, but you really do need to get everything in writing. If you have a resident who is causing some kind of issue, the first thing you should do is write either a letter or text or email and ask them to stop the problematic behavior. This may seem excessive, and you may simply want to talk to them about it the first couple of times, but if the problem persists, make sure that you have proof that you have sent them a written notice regarding the issue.
2. Restrict Benefits. As a rental property owner, you may be able to restrict the benefits that your resident can access. If your property has a pool or fitness center, you may be able to prevent them from using these amenities until the problem stops. Some apartment complexes will revoke parking privileges until the issue is resolved. It all depends upon what you are willing and able to do.
3. Evict. While this is naturally a last case scenario result, it is something that does happen occasionally. Eviction is costly and stressful for everyone involved but at times there may not be another option open to you. It is an extreme resolution, but depending upon the issue that the resident is causing, you may not have another choice.
No one wants to think about getting a problematic resident, but it does happen to just about everyone. You want to know what your options are and what is available to you. While here at Talley we want everyone to be able to get what they need out of a rental agreement, there are some times where things just cannot be reconciled. Hopefully this won't happen to you anytime soon.