Moving out of a Sacramento rental? Property management is something we’ve been doing a long time at Real Property Management SAC-METRO. We know moving can be stressful. When moving out of your rental property, you want to do everything you can to make sure that you’re not paying any more money than you absolutely need to. We have a lot of advice to give from our experience in property management. Sacramento, CA tenants, Real Property Management SAC-METRO is here to help.
Know Your Responsibilities
Know which repairs are your responsibility and which aren’t. Normal wear-and-tear on a home isn’t something you as a tenant need to get repaired. This includes any damage sustained to the property that happens over the course of regular everyday activity, like light wear on carpeting or paint. It’s the out-of-the-ordinary damage the tenant is responsible for. Even if the damage was completely accidental, it’s still your responsibility to take care of it, and anything you don’t take care of could well come out of your security deposit.
Preparing to Leave
Another important thing to remember when leaving your rental property is cleaning. Leave the property neat and tidy, deep-cleaning as thoroughly as you can. Get the carpets shampooed, and clean all of the appliances inside and out. Leave everything as it was when you got there. Take everything you brought, and nothing you didn’t. Make sure to schedule ahead of time for the utilities to be taken out of your name on the last day of your lease agreement.
At SAC-METRO, we want every aspect of your rental experience to go as well as possible, and our experience in Sacramento rental property management gives us the know-how to help you make it happen. Call today to find out more about our comprehensive list of services.