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Moving Out Of Your Rented Property

When you desire to move out of the rented housing, it is important to give a suitable notice to your landholder. You should confirm your tenancy contract and agreement in order to learn what kind of notice ought to be given.

When you move out, you ought to:

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  • Make sure you are well aware with all payments to your landlord and that other bills are already paid, e.g. utility bills, Council Tax
  • Run through the inventory and ensure any damaged furniture are fixed or replaced, if you don’t do this, your landlord may delay all or some of the deposit
  • Confirm the inventory with your landlord
  • Obtain meter readings and notify the utility companies that you are moving out
  • Properly clean the property and take out all of your possessions
  • Capture several photographs of the property to verify you left it in good order
  • Return all the sets of keys you were handed when you moved in. If you don’t, you may perhaps be recharged for a lock change
  • Retrieve your deposit