I'm wanting to sell an apartment that I've held for 10 years (block of 50 units) that is currently tenanted to early next year. Tenants signed on a few months back on a 15 month contract. It's an underperforming asset that I'd like to move on from and reinvest elsewhere. Recent sales in the building show some nice gains and I'd like to take advantage of this. The current tenants keep the place up to standard but of course have recently signed on. 25% of the building is rented with the remaining owner occupier so it looks like my market pool might be limited if I pursue selling this before the tenants move out. Would I be better in waiting till late spring and negotiating with the current tenant a few months before they are due to move out or start such negotiations now in the hope it encourages them to move on sooner? Is this bound to cause problems? I've only bought, and never sold, so the process is somewhat muddy for me, and I know the laws are changing in July. Any advice is much appreciated.