Moving Checklists

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We have created the checklists below to answer some of the questions we hear most commonly from tenants. Please read through the information on this page and if you need additional help, give our team a call for assistance: (806) 392-8200

Move-in Checklist

First Month's Rent & Security Deposit

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

Move-in Date & Inspection

We will provide all details about the move-in, including the key exchange and initial inspection information, at the lease signing.


As a tenant in a home we manage, you are responsible for keeping all utility accounts current. Please call the utility provider immediately after signing the lease and put all relevant accounts in your name.

Move-out Checklist

Notice of Intent to Vacate

Planning to vacate your rental home? Remember, you are responsible for paying rent through the move-out date specified in your lease. Please review your lease to determine this date.

If you plan to move after your lease expires, please provide us with written notice of your intent to vacate the premises. We ask for 60 days notice so we can begin preparing for a new tenant's arrival.

Property Condition

Please get your home ready for its new occupants by restoring your unit to its original rental condition before vacating the premises:

Rental Cleaning: Carefully clean your property and remove all of your belongings from the home. Make sure to pay careful attention to kitchen and bathroom spaces. All hard surfaces need to be sanitized and floors should be vacuumed/mopped.
Landscaping & Outdoor Areas: If you typically take care of landscaping chores at your rental home, please address these once more before moving out of the home.
Repairs: If any damage took place during your stay, please take the necessary steps to make repairs. This may include patching nail and screw holes and replacing broken glass in the home.

Security Deposit

The security deposit that you pay at the outset of your lease is used to cover any damage that might take place during your stay. Our team will conduct a final inspection before you move out of the home and look for any identifiable damage. If repairs are necessary, we will make deductions from your deposit. The remainder will be returned to you.