Tenant Move Out
We understand that moving can sometimes be a challenge, and even confusing when it comes to rental property. Please review the details below in order to better understand the move-out process. You may have received some of this information at move-in, but it is always helpful to have a reminder.
Before Giving Notice
- Check your rental agreement/lease to see if you are eligible to give notice. It will specifically state when you can give notice. A lease is a binding agreement for a set period and you may still be bound to the lease.
- If you need to move out and you are still committed to a lease period, contact your J Properties dedicated Property Manager to discuss your lease break options and penalties/fees that may apply.
- Tenant shall provide Landlord at least sixty (60) days written notice prior to the expiration of the Term of Tenant’s intent to vacate the Leased Premises. Written notice must be received by landlord prior to the first day of the final rental month. Each rental month shall begin on the first (1st) day of the calendar month.
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