Move out notice at Leasing Texas and what to expect
At Leasing Texas, our move out notice requirement is very specific. We require a written 45-day notice to vacate with a forwarding address. It is always best to confirm with your property manager that they are in receipt of this notice.
Once your notice has been received, your property manager will contact you to arrange to come by the property to take marketing photos and place a lockbox and sign at the property so showings by the agent to secure another tenant may begin.
The sooner we may begin showings and the more cooperative the tenant is with marketing the property, the sooner we can lease it and take it off of the market. Showings will only be done during reasonable times with notice and always with a licensed agent present.
During the showing period, we ask you to cooperate with showing appointments, keep any animals secured and the property tidy as this generally allows us to lease the property quickly, which means we can take the property off of the market and stop showings.
If a showing has to be declined for any reason, please contact your property manager immediately so other arrangements may be made. If showings continue to be declined, you could be in breach of your lease agreement with Leasing Texas.
Once a new tenant has been secured, the property manager will remove the sign and lockbox and take the property off of the market. Again, the sooner we can lease the property, the sooner we can take the property off of the market.
Approximately one week prior to move out, contact your property manager to schedule a walk through.
Within 30-days of surrendering possession of the property, you can expect to receive your security deposit accounting statement to the address you provided Leasing Texas on your move out notice.