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Does your tenancy end on the 30th of June?

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Does your tenancy end on the 30th of June?

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We’ve put together some questions and answers to help with any queries you may have about moving out of your Target Property.

Moving Out

Unfortunately not, we have new tenants moving in on the 1st of July. We need to carry out an inspection whilst the property is empty to assess if any cleaning or repairs are necessary ready for the 1st of July, therefore you must leave on the 30th of June before 12 (noon). If you leave anything behind you will be charged removal fees.

There are many storage facilities in Leeds, some of which are:

Ready Steady Store

McCarthys

Big Yellow

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Moving Out

Unfortunately not, it’s likely you will have a joint tenancy agreement and the deposit is protected until the end date on the agreement. The property will be inspected at the end of the tenancy once the house is empty; we will need to check all the rent for the property has been paid and we also require proof that all bills have been paid up until the end date of your agreement. Then once complete, the deposits will be processed.

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Moving Out

In order to receive your full deposit back you must make sure that:

  • *The property has been returned in the same condition and state of cleanliness as it were at the start of the tenancy.
  • *All personal belongings and rubbish has been removed from the property and disposed of correctly.
  • *There is no damage or alterations to the property (excluding general wear & tear).
  • *There is no outstanding rent on the property.
  • *The keys have been returned to us on time and in full.

For more information regarding your deposits, please refer to your tenancy agreement.

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Moving Out

We aim to release the deposits within 10 working days after receiving proof that all bills have been paid on the property up until the end date of your agreement.

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Moving Out

Gas, electric & water – you should send us a copy of your final bills, which should clearly state that the bills have been paid up until the end date of your agreement. We will also accept a letter/email from your utility providers stating that there are no outstanding bills on the account up until the end date of your agreement. This should show the property address, tenants’ names, dates of the billing period and signature from the utility company.

Council tax – Students, you will need to provide us with an exemption letter from the council. Professionals, you will need to provide us with proof of payment, or a letter from the council stating that there are no outstanding payments on the property.

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Moving Out

Don’t worry, no proof is required. We will ensure all the bills have been paid.

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Moving Out

Please do not leave your keys with anyone other than Target Properties; otherwise there is a chance they could be lost or returned late, resulting in charges and deductions from your deposit. Clearly mark your name on an envelope and pop your keys into it, securely seal the envelope and post it through the office door (do not write the property address on the envelope).  A member of staff will collect it the next working day. If you are posting your keys to the office, please ensure you use tracked/recorded delivery. You will be responsible if they arrive late or are lost in the post.

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Moving Out

You will need to pop into your nearest Post Office branch, or contact the Royal Mail.  Full details on how to re-direct your post can be found on the Post Office website.

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 Points to consider:

*Students seriously underestimate the costs of cleaning.

*If you leave the property in a bad condition and the costs of returning the property to a good condition exceed the total amount of deposits paid, then you will need to pay and make good to the Landlord, otherwise your guarantors may become liable. 

*If you’re on a joint contract, doing ‘your bit’ of cleaning will not suffice if your house mates haven’t. You’re all equally responsible for ensuring the whole property is in good condition when you leave (general wear and tear acceptable).

*Those of you who are lucky enough not to have any exams this semester may be thinking about moving out early – that’s fine, but you must remember you will still be responsible for the rent and bills until the end date of your agreement.

*Failure to return keys on time in full may result in charges for us to change the locks and get new keys cut, which can be costly. You should ensure you have made arrangements to have your keys handed before they are due, if you have lost any keys you should let us know as soon as possible.

If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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