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Tenant's Notice to Landlord - Proper Intention to Vacate

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For many years, I have had our office attach a Notice of Intention to Vacate to every new lease agreement we sign with tenants. The reason is simple. we want our tenants to follow the proper steps of the move-out process that we have outlined for them in advance.

Having a predetermined move-out process already laid out for your tenants can literally save you thousands of dollars and many hours/days/weeks of work that you may have had to do otherwise.

I think you may also find my article helpful called, "What do I do when my tenant wants to leave?"

The Tenant's Notice of Intention to Vacate is used by the tenant give proper written notice to the landlord when the tenant is vacating and states that the tenant will cooperate with showing the property for re-rental or sale. It includes a place for the tenant to give his forwarding address in order to receive any security refund. It is an excellent way to help reinforce proper move-out procedure. We always staple a copy of this notice to the back of the tenant's lease to be used when the time comes for the tenant to give notice to vacate.

Always supply a pre-written Tenant's Notice to VacateTenant's Notice of Intention to Vacate


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