Moving Out Doesn't Have to Be a Headache
Did you know there are incentives for great tenants who want to move but stay within our rental system? If you are interested in moving into another of our great properties, let us know. Most of the time there is no need to complete another application, and we can sometimes give you extra time to move from one property to the other.
Time to move on?
75 days prior to your lease end date you will be contacted with an offer to renew or terminate. We require 60 days notice on all terminations. This notice can be emailed or submitted through your online portal.
Once we have received your notice, we will send you our informative move out packet. This packet includes a thorough checklist and all of the information you will need to ensure you recuperate as much of your security deposit as possible.
Will my security deposit be returned?
As long as the property is returned in the same condition you received it in, we will definitely return your deposit in full, less any mandatory charges specified in your lease. Deductions are made from the security deposits only for just causes. Such charges include, but are not limited to: any replacement of damaged or missing fixtures, appliance parts or other items furnished to Tenants; labor charges including installation, cleaning, patching, sanding, etc.; and the cost of cleaners. If you do not clean or repair the damaged or soiled items prior to moving out, charges will be deducted from your security deposit based on the above schedule. Items not on the list will be charged on a “cost plus labor” basis.
We only expect you to return your home to the same condition as when you moved in. If you do not think you can do this, then please consider renting elsewhere.
Moving out before your lease has ended?
You are legally obligated to fulfill the terms of your lease, however, we understand that occasionally circumstances occur that are beyond your control. Whether it's because of a job transfer, divorce, or other unforeseen reason, we have developed some options for dealing with these challenges. Please contact us to discuss your situation. We may be able to help.