How to Write a Moving Out Notice to the Apartment Manager
When you see the end of your lease fast approaching, don't forget to give a moving out notice to the apartment manager. This should be done at least 30 to 60 days before the expiry date of your lease contract to make sure that you get your security deposit in full. Of course, you should also make sure that you clean your unit before you leave and no repairs are needed in it.
As with any letter, your notice should start with a header which usually contains your name, address and the date. It should be followed by the name of the manager and the name of their office or company and its address. Then the greetings and the body of the letter follow.
The body of the letter basically indicates your intention to leave the apartment come the end of the lease contract and your request to receive the security deposit in full amount. Of course, it would be polite to thank the management for the services rendered to you. Then you end the letter with a closing acknowledgement, your name and your signature.
Writing the notice should not be a very big of a problem. Just keep it concise and direct to the point. The important thing is you are able to send out the notice on time and you get the security deposit in full amount when you leave.