Take the Stress Out of Your Move
When you move into a new home or say goodbye to an old one, there are a number of responsibilities you'll need to take care of during the process. At Asurent Property Management, we want to make the move-in and move-out procedure as easy as possible for clients. We've compiled these comprehensive checklists to provide answers to frequently asked questions.
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Congratulations on moving into your new Asurent home. Please read through the following list carefully:
Security Deposit & Rent
Your security deposit, monthly rent, and any other fees need to be paid at the time of the lease signing. Please confirm the final amount with a member of our team.
Move-in Date & Inspection
The move-in date for your home will be established at the lease signing. We will also schedule a move-in inspection, if necessary, and provide you with the keys to your property.
You'll need to contact the utility providers to place all accounts for your home in your name. Please be sure to do this at least three days before moving into your property, in order to avoid outages or administrative fees.
Saying farewell? If you're moving out of an Asurent property, you'll want to keep the following keys in mind:
Notice of Intent to Vacate
Please provide written notice of your intent to vacate. Refer to your lease terms for any specific questions governing the length of your tenancy.
Before you return the keys to your rental property, you'll need to take care of the following:
- Rental Cleaning: Your property must be returned to "rent ready" condition; in other words, make the home ready for its next occupants. Remove all belongings from the rental property, vacuum, sweep and mop floors, and replace burnt lightbulbs. Pay special attention to areas like the kitchen and bathrooms, where you'll need to sanitize toilets and countertops, as well as appliance surfaces.
- Landscaping: If you are responsible for outdoor space, do not leave the property without mowing the lawn or addressing any other chores. This may cause you to incur cleaning fees.
- Repairs: All damage that occurs during your stay shoulw be taken care of before leaving. Patch holes in walls, including screw and nail holes, repaint walls if necessary, and make sure all lights are in working order.
We will do our best to return your security deposit quickly. After you leave your home, we'll conduct a final inspection. If any damage is identified, we'll make arrangements to have the damage repaired. Expenses for these repairs will be deducted from your security deposit.
Please remember that your deposit is not a rent payment. You'll need to make your final month's rent payment as normal.