3 Keys to Unlocking a Move-Out Notice

A proactive lease management program can give managers valuable insights into residents' intentions for their future housing plans.

The phone rings. It’s a resident calling to have us explain the process to give their move out notice.

The standard response usually includes a question about when their lease ends. We explain either the 30 or 60 day lease termination notice. If its appropriate we review the lease break policy. We end with a closing remark that the notice must be in writing. And remind the resident to include the forwarding address to comply with state/local security deposit laws as well as lease compliance.

This is probably just one of dozens of calls received on a busy morning. The event is not particularly memorable. Unless you’re the resident making the call. Not exactly, a fond farewell to a valued resident.

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