1. Review Your Rental Agreement
Before your lease is up, review your rental agreement again. Reviewing your lease agreement will help you understand your responsibility as the tenant. Your rental agreement will list your obligations to the property. Adhering to your obligations will put you in a suitable position to get your security deposit back after you move.
2. Give Proper Notice to Move-Out
Review your lease on move-out requirements. Typically, you will need to give your landlord a 30-day notice from the date you plan to move out. In most cases, your notice will be in writing (or email). Failing to give your landlord proper notice could cost you your deposit plus additional fees.
Tip: About a month before you move out, ask your…