Welcome to Early Lease Termination! We are real estate related resource geared towards rental agreements, landlords, property management, and leasing information.
If you are looking to terminate your lease early, you need to make sure you understand how it is outlined in your lease. Leases vary from state to state, and in some cases will have to forfeit your security deposit and possibly owe the remaining months rents. However, in most cases it will be simply losing your security deposit.
If you are planning to terminate your lease early, it is highly recommended that you notify your landlord or leasing agency. Give them notice and there is a good chance they will work with you. Most property managers and landlords, just want to be notified so they will know they will have a vacancy to fill and to assess the condition of the unit.
Clean your Unit – If you are moving out early, take the time to clean your unit, this may give the property owner another reason not to try to come after you for additional fees or penalties.
If worse comes to worse, try contacting a real estate attorney. However, this will cost you additional money.
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