We know moving can be a stressful time.
That is why we've crafted these helpful moving checklists to help streamline the process. Whether you're a renter moving into a property managed by Aquarius or saying goodbye for now, these simple lists provide a blueprint for a successful move. If you need extra assistance, contact our team:
We're looking forward to welcoming you to your new rental home. Please review the information below so you can seamlessly transition into the property.
First Month's Rent & Security Deposit
Your first month's rent and your security deposit are both due at the lease signing. We will keep your security deposit to protect against any damage that might occur during your stay.
Move-in Date & Inspection
Your initial move-in date will be set at the lease signing. We will also provide all relevant inspection information at that time.
Utility accounts for your property should be placed in your name immediately upon signing the lease. Be sure to take care of this promptly to avoid losing access to your utilities.
We're always sad to say goodbye to good tenants, but we hope that you had a great stay with us. Please keep the following in mind as you prepare to move.
Notice of Intent to Vacate
Ready to leave your rental home? Refer to the terms and conditions outlined in your lease or you could encounter additional fees. If you're planning to move, please provide us with written notice of your intent to vacate the premises.
Your home needs to be brought back to its original, rent-ready condition before you make a move. This includes:
- Rental Cleaning: Carefully clean every room in your property before vacating the rental home. You'll need to remove your belongings, dispose of any garbage, and sanitize the living spaces. Please pay additional attention to the kitchen and bathrooms.
- Landscaping & Outdoor Areas: Take care of your landscaping chores once more before you move. This includes mowing the lawn, weeding the flower beds, and replacing any burnt light bulbs in fixtures around your property.
- Repairs: If any damage has occurred during your stay, make the necessary repairs to recover your full security deposit. This may include patching nail and screw holes or repainting. For larger damages, contact us to find an amicable solution.
The security deposit you paid at the outset of your lease will be used to cover any damage that isn't repaired before your departure. We will conduct a final inspection to check for such damage and if necessary, use the deposit to cover the expenses for repairs.
We make every effort to return the funds owed to you as quickly as possible.