The tenant I have is good but i want to live in the house now i don't want to rent it anymore and i don't want to do an eviction because i don't want that on a good tenants record
Then your only other option is negotiation. You can't simultaneously be rough and smooth. Either you sue to evict or you negotiate to persuade. There is no middle ground.
Dear Rochester Property Owner:
Your consideration of the tenant's good record is a nice gesture. If your tenant accepts your change of heart about renting your house, and is as concerned about a record, if the lease is up, the tenant may recognize that a negotiated surrender works for you as well as for her needs. That means, if you discuss the change in circumstances, and you hold the cards when there is no lease, your good tenant and you may come to an agreement you work out on your own. Otherwise, you are stuck with a legal eviction and so is the tenant.
Money and time usually work well together in some combination.
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