Moving Checklists

We want to help make your move as seamless as possible

Moving is stressful. We can help.

Moving comes with a laundry list of responsibilities you need to address. We often hear questions from our tenants about the ins and outs of the process, which is why we've created the checklists below to guide you in your next move. If you still have questions after reading through the information on this page, give us a call for additional assistance: (863) 853-2770

Move-in Checklist

First Month's Rent & Security Deposit

Your first month's rent and your security deposit are both due at the lease signing. Be sure to confirm these amounts with us before the signing.

Move-in Date & Inspection

Our team will schedule your move-in and provide all relevant inspection information at the time of the lease signing.


As a tenant in a Superior Property Management home, you are responsible for placing all utility accounts in your name and keeping these accounts current throughout the duration of your tenancy.

Move-out Checklist

Notice of Intent to Vacate

Planning to move out of your rental home? We ask all of our tenants to provide us with written notice of intent to vacate so that we can begin preparing for the next renters. Please refer to your lease to determine your official move-out date.

Property Condition

Before you turn in the keys for your rental home, you'll need to bring your rental back to its original condition. This includes:

Rental Cleaning: Your property should be thoroughly cleaned and all of your belongings need to be removed from the unit. Carefully wipe down hard surfaces and vacuum/mop floors throughout the rental. You'll want to pay extra attention in the kitchen and bathrooms, where you should sanitize everything thoroughly.

Landscaping & Outdoor Areas: If you routinely address landscaping and outdoor maintenance tasks for your rental home, we take care of these chores once more before vacating the premises.

Repairs: If any damage occurred inside your home during your stay, please take the necessary steps to repair these issues. Common repairs include patching nail and screw holes, repainting discolored areas, and replacing burnt lightbulbs.

Security Deposit

Your security deposit protects against serious damage beyond wear-and-tear. We will perform a final inspection after you vacate the premises. If any serious damage is identified, we will schedule repairs. Deductions for these repairs will be made from the deposit. The remainder will be returned to you.

Your security deposit cannot be used for your final rent payment. Failure to pay your rent will cause you to incur penalties, including late fees. We will also report this to the relevant credit agencies.