Moving Checklists

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Move-in Checklist

First Month's Rent & Security Deposit
Your first month's rent payment and security deposit are both due at the lease signing. Confirm the amount with our team in advance.

Move-in Date & Inspection
Your official move-in date and inspection details will be shared at the lease signing.

Please note, you'll need to place all utilities in your name immediately following the lease signing. Failure to set up your utility accounts may result in losing access. You will be responsible for any administrative fees associated with restoring access.

Move-out Checklist

Notice of Intent to Vacate
Planning to move out of your rental home? You'll need to provide us with written notice of your intent to vacate. Refer to your lease to determine your legal move-out date.

Property Condition
Before you hand in the keys for your rental home, you'll need to bring your property back to rent-ready condition. This involves the following:

  • Rental Cleaning: Carefully clean your rental home, removing all of your belongings from the property and disposing of trash. Go room to room, vacuuming/mopping the floors and wiping down hard surfaces. Spaces like the kitchen and any bathrooms also need to be carefully sanitized.
  • Landscaping / Outdoor Areas: If you routinely take care of landscaping chores like mowing, and weeding, take care of these once more before moving out.
  • Repairs: If any damage occurred during your stay, you'll need to take the necessary measures to address these repairs. This includes patching holes in your walls, repainting any discolored areas, and replacing broken glass.

Security Deposit
Your security deposit covers any damage that might occur during your tenancy. We will perform a final inspection after you move out. If we identify any damage, we will make the necessary repairs and use the deposit to cover the relevant expenses. 

We will provide a written statement documenting repair costs, with the remainder returned to you.

Please remember, you cannot use your deposit to cover your final rent payment. Failure to pay your final rent bill may result in adverse credit reporting and legal action.