Preparing for an upcoming move?
If you're getting ready to move, we understand that there are plenty of different questions on your mind. We've created these helpful checklists to provide some guidance as you make this transition. Please read through the information below to ensure you get all of your responsibilities taken care of in advance.
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Congratulations on your acceptance into one of our rental properties. We're excited to welcome you to the Landlord Property Management family.
First Month's Rent & Security Deposit
Please note, your first month's rent and your security deposit are both due at the lease signing. If you owe any other fees, these are also payable at that time. Confirm the amounts with us in advance, as we cannot give you access to the property without all funds in place.
Move-in Date & Inspection
We will set your move-in date and provide any necessary inspection information at the lease signing.
As a Landlord Property Management tenant, you are responsible for keeping all utility accounts current. Please call providers as quickly as possible after taking possession of the home to put the accounts in your name. Failure to do so promptly may result in outages or administrative fees associated with restoring access.
We sincerely hope you've enjoyed your stay with us and wish you the best moving forward. Please keep the following important keys in mind as you get ready to leave:
Notice of Intent to Vacate
All tenants must provide appropriate notice of intent to vacate. This should be provided in written form, giving us time to begin making preparations for the next tenant.
You must make certain your rental home is returned to us in its original condition. Please take of the following:
- Rental Cleaning: Take the time to remove all of your personal belongings from the rental unit, before properly cleaning every room in the home. Pay special attention to bathrooms and kitchen areas.
- Landscaping & Outdoor Areas: If your home has outdoor space where you routinely address landscaping and other chores, please take care of these once before before your move.
- Repairs: If any damage did take place during your stay, take the necessary steps to repair these problems. This may include patching nail and screw holes, repainting, and replacing broken glass and burnt light bulbs.
Your security deposit serves as protection against any damage that could occur during your stay. After you leave your rental, we will perform a final inspection to check for any damage. If you identify problems, we will schedule repairs and deduct expenses from your deposit.
The remainder, along with an itemized statement, will be returned to you as quickly as possible.