Moving Checklists

We want to help make your upcoming move a success

Keep track of the responsibilities on your plate.

Moving comes with plenty of pressure and it's easy to find yourself overwhelmed with a long todo list of things to take care of for your new home. We've created these checklists to answer some of the questions we hear most frequently from our tenants. Please read through the information below and if you still have questions for our team, let us know: (800) 639-9830

Move-in Checklist

First Month's Rent & Security Deposit

Your first month's rent check and your security deposit are both due at the lease signing. Please confirm the amounts with our team in advance.

Move-in Date & Inspection

We will provide all relevant information about your move-in, including details about the key exchange and the inspections for the unit, at the lease signing.

Utilities

You need to place all utility accounts for the property in your name immediately after signing the lease. Remember, you are responsible for keeping these accounts current throughout the duration of your stay with us.

Move-out Checklist

Notice of Intent to Vacate

Before you make plans to leave your rental home, check the lease you signed to see your legal move-out date. You are responsible for paying rent through that date, regardless of when you choose to vacate. We ask our tenants to please provide 60 days written notice of intent to vacate so that we can prepare for the next tenant's arrival.

Property Condition

Before you hand in your keys, you need to make sure your property is brought back to rent-ready condition. This involves the following:

  • Rental Cleaning:Thoroughly clean your rental home and remove all of your personal items from the unit. Sanitize the kitchen and bathroom spaces, wipe down all hard surfaces, and vacuum/mop/sweep the floors. For more information, speak with a member of our team.
  • Landscaping & Outdoor Areas: If you typically take care of landscaping tasks for your rental home, please address these issues once more before you vacate the property.
  • Repairs: Did any damage occur during your stay with us? If so, please make every effort to make the necessary repairs. This includes patching nail and screw holes in your walls.

Security Deposit

All tenants must pay a security deposit to rent a home with us. These funds are used to protect against any damage that occurs during the tenancy; funds can also be used to cover fees due.

After you vacate your rental, we will perform a final inspection to check for damage. If we find any, we will schedule repairs and use the deposit funds to cover these expenses. We will return the remainder to you, along with a detailed statement.

NOTE: You cannot use the security deposit to cover your last rent payment. Failure to promptly pay your rent may result in legal fees and negative credit reports to the relevant agencies.

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