Moving Checklists

Get the information you need to make a successful move

Our tenants often have questions about the moving process, which is why we've created these moving checklists. Review the information below and if you have additional questions not answered here, call to speak with a member of our team: 325-829-5375

Move-in Checklist

First Month's Rent & Security Deposit

Your first month's rent and security deposit are both due at the lease signing. Please confirm the amounts with our team in advance.

Move-in Date & Inspection

We will set your move-in date and provide all information about your initial inspection at the lease signing.


You must place all utility accounts in your name after the lease signing; be sure to handle this promptly to avoid losing access to your utilities. It's your responsibility to keep these accounts current throughout the duration of your lease.

Move-out Checklist

Notice of Intent to Vacate

Planning to move out of your rental home? Please provide us with written notice of intent to vacate, in accordance with the terms of your lease.

Property Condition

Before handing in the keys for your rental home, please make sure to bring the property back to rent-ready condition. This involves the following:

Rental Cleaning: Start by decluttering and packing non-essential items. Clean surfaces, including countertops, appliances, and cabinets. Scrub and sanitize the bathroom, paying attention to the toilet, shower, and sink. Vacuum or sweep floors, and mop hard surfaces.

Wipe down baseboards, light switches, and door handles. Don't forget to clean inside appliances and defrost the freezer if necessary.

Repairs: If any damage has occurred during your stay, please take the necessary steps to repair the issues. This involves patching nail and screw holes, painting any discolored walls, and replacing broken glass.

Security Deposit

After you move out, we will perform a final inspection of your rental. If we identify any damage, we will schedule repair visits. The costs for these visits will be deducted from your deposit.

Remember, you must pay your final rent bill; you cannot use your deposit to cover this cost. Failure to pay your rent on time will result in legal action and adverse credit reporting.