Anyone ever had a tenant that you had trouble with or have you had trouble with a neighbor over parking wars? The story, we have a duplex property (we own both sides.) We have a tenant that has been with us for nearly 10 years. We had another tenant renting on the other side, until recently we moved into the other side, due to relocating back to Austin. Now our tenant on the other side has been a good neighbor, although he's late on the rent each and every month, we always get paid. Lately he's had an attitude and hasn't had much to say at all. The tenant has a large open trailer and a large boat, (which we don't mind), but we asked him to leave one parked in the fenced in back yard, and no issue with one in the drive-way. We just did huge amounts of lawn renovation to improve our property value, and now we walk out our door to see the truck lined with riding mowers, a trailer, a large boat, a truck, backed all the way to the road. (Lined down the whole driveway) past the city's sidewalk. Not only is it hindering our property and landscaping, it's increasing crime risk, all these items mentioned above block the view to our lawn, garage, and front door, which give us something else to worry about. Then the major problem comes, the way our cove is situated, the street isn't very wide. To get out of the driveway with my long trailer, I have to go onto the neighbors property across the street, back-back up, then turn around just to get out of my drive-way with the long trailer because there's not enough room to simply swing around a boat, trailer, and truck all the way into the road, with another vehicle of the neighbors parked on the street across the street. I had words with him about it this morning and he persisted on telling me "he has the right to park them in the drive-way" because they are registered. Now I'm trying to be reasonable, but it's just un-acceptable. You can't drive a boat and a trailer at the same time. He's being un-fair to his land-lord, his neighbor, and my wife. I don't want to get myself in a hole, being that legally he is allowed to park them there, what would be the best situation to go about this if he continues not to be reasonable? Should I evict him for late rent, raise the rent prices for depreciation of property value?