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Notice to Vacate Tenant

A notice to vacate is a written statement given from a tenant to a landlord informing them that you plan to move out of your unit once your lease ends. A notice to vacate is also commonly referred to as a notice of intent to vacate.

The notice to vacate letter is provided to give your landlord adequate time to find another tenant for the unit you’re vacating. The letter is usually sent out 1 to 3 months before your lease ends. A notice to vacate can be given for any lease length, from month-to-month leases to traditional 1-year leases.

Sample Notice

Here’s a sample notice to vacate letter to get you started. Just replace the fields with your information and you’re all set!

[Your phone number]

[Your Current Address]

[City, State, Zip Code]

[Landlord’s Name Or Apartment Company’s Name]

[Landlord’s Address as stated on your lease]

[City, State, Zip Code]

Re: Notice of Intent to Vacate

Dear [Landlord’s name/Property Manager’s name/Apartment Manager’s name],

As per my rental agreement, I am providing this letter as a [##]-day notice that I will be moving out of my rental unit on [date], ending my lease that began on [date]. This letter shall serve as my written notice of intent to vacate the premises.

[In case you are breaking the lease because there are issues with the apartment, state them here]_Please contact me at [phone number] to schedule a walk-through inspection. I expect my security deposit of [$ amount] to be refunded in full as my apartment is being left in good condition. Please send my deposit to my forwarding address: [new address]_.

If any other issues or questions arise after I move, I can be reached at [phone number] or [email].

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

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