Terminating your tenancy may be tough depending on your desired objectives. However, there is a proper and improper way to leave a property. It is not a good idea to leave your apartment or house without informing your landlord.
Such actions, of course, have consequences, such as not obtaining your security deposit back. As a starting point for your moving out letter, check out our sample letter to landlord.
Sample Letter To Landlord For Moving Out
I am writing you to let you know that I will be vacating the premises that I’m currently occupying at [Current Address].
My lease expires on [Date] and I intend to vacate my apartment by [Date]. My new forwarding address is [New Address].
Please forward my security deposit to my new address within the agreed amount of time.
I am formally requesting a walk-through with you or a staff member to go over my apartment and address any details or issues if necessary.
When I move out, I will make sure that all the utilities are paid in full and transferred out of my name.
If you need to speak with me you can reach me at any time on my cell phone at [515-124-1334] or by email at [firstname.lastname@example.org].
I look forward to your call in order to schedule the walk-through and to turn in my apartment keys.