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Checklist for your Upcoming Move

We know moving is difficult, emotional, and stressful; we've created checklists to make your move as smooth as possible. If after reading through the information below you still have questions, please call us: 929.560.6655

MOVE-IN CHECKLIST Start your tenancy off right by following the details below.

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First Month's Rent & Security Deposit Your first month's rent check, security deposit, and any other fees owed should be paid at the lease signing. Be sure to confirm the amount in advance to avoid any problems.

Move-in Date & Inspection We will schedule your official move-in date and provide any necessary inspection information at the lease signing.

Utilities Please quickly place all of your rental home's utility accounts in your name. If you fail to do this after moving into your rental, you might have service interruptions. We will provide you the contact details of the utility companies.

MOVE-OUT CHECKLIST We're always sad to say goodbye to great tenants, but we hope you had a great time staying with us. Please follow the below steps before moving out.

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Notice of Intent to Vacate All tenants need to provide written notice of intent to vacate. Refer to the terms and conditions of your lease to determine your agreed move-out date.

Property Condition Your rental needs to be returned to its original condition before you turn in the keys. This includes:

  • Rental Cleaning: Properly clean your rental property and bring it back to the condition when you moved in. Sweep/mop all floors, wipe down hard surfaces, kitchen counters/cabinets, and sanitize the bathrooms. You also need to remove your belongings from the home.

  • Outdoor Areas: If you have an outdoor space where you generally take care of please complete these maintenance tasks once more before moving.

  • Repairs: If damage occurred during your stay, you'll need to repair these issues or find a solution with our team.

Security Deposit The security deposit serves as protection against any damage that could occur during your stay. After you move, we'll conduct our final inspection to check for damage. If we identify any damage, we'll schedule repairs and deduct the costs for these repairs from the deposit.

We will return the deposit within 14 days, in accordance with NYC tenant-landlord law.

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