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Move-Out FAQ

We are sad to see you go, but we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors! Below are some answers to frequently asked questions that can assist you with the move out process. Please remember to read all of the important forms in your move out packet for more detailed information so that your move goes as smoothly as possible. If you need a copy of any of the forms, please feel free to contact us.

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Q. How and when will I receive my move out packet?

A.Your move-out packet will be posted on your door approximately 6 weeks prior to your lease end date. It will include a move out letter, as well as important information about your security deposit refund.

Q. Do I owe rent for the last month that I am living with Eckert Investments?

A.Yes, you do owe rent for your last month. Important Note: Your rent may be prorated depending on your move out date. Please refer to your move out letter for an exact amount.

Q. Are there any forms I need to turn in?

A. Located in your move out packet are a few forms that you will be required to turn into the office before you move out. The yellow form is a security deposit refund form, which needs to be filled out and signed by all roommates. The pink half sheet is a key return form, which will be due upon move out when you turn in your keys and surrender possession.

Q. When will I/we receive our security deposit refund?

A. The primary renter (as selected in the lease agreement) will receive a packet which will include the refund check along with a breakdown of the deductions taken from the security deposit and invoices from the vendors that performed the work. You can expect this packet to arrive on or before 21 days from your lease end date.

Q. Are there utilities that I need to have taken out of my name?

A. Yes, you will need to close out all of the currently held utilities. Please refer to the resources section of the website to review the list of utility companies that you may need to contact. It is important to remember that the utilities must remain in your name until your lease ends.