Moving into a new property comes with a long list of important responsibilities and priorities to handle. Don't miss a single detail—review the moving checklists below to get started.
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You'll need to pay your first month's rent and security deposit to secure the lease for your new property. Please confirm these amounts with our team in advance.
Your official move-in will be set and inspection details provided at the lease signing.
You are responsible for keeping all utility accounts current throughout the duration of your stay with us. Please put these accounts in your name immediately after signing the lease.
Planning to move out of your property? Please provide us with written notice of your intent to vacate at the end of your stay. Refer to your lease for specific terms and conditions.
Before you hand in the keys for your rental home, please take care of the following:
Rental Cleaning: Carefully clean every room in your property, making sure to remove all garbage and personal items from the rental. Wipe down hard surfaces, vacuum/mop floors, and sanitize the bathroom(s) and kitchen.
Landscaping & Outdoor Areas: If you have outdoor space where you typically address landscaping chores like mowing the law, please take care of these tasks once more immediately before vacating.
Repairs: If any damage occurred during your stay with us, please take the necessary steps to repair such damages. This includes patching nail and screw holes, repainting discolored walls, and replacing burnt light bulbs and broken glass.
Your security deposit will be returned to you following your departure.
First, our team will conduct a final inspection to check for any damage left behind. If we identify new damage, we will schedule repairs and use the deposit to cover these expenses. Your deposit will also be used for any unpaid fees on your account.
Please note, you cannot use your security deposit to pay your final month's rent. Failure to pay your rent will result in adverse credit reporting and potential legal action.