Notice periods l The Property Fox Lettings
Posted on 4th August 2022
Moving out of a rented property can be a stressful time, especially if you're not sure how to go about giving notice.
However, if you follow the proper procedures, the process can be relatively smooth.
In most cases, landlords require a minimum of one month's notice, and this notice period should be in line with your rental agreement.
For example, if you pay rent every three months, your notice period will be three months.
To give notice, simply write a letter to your landlord or letting agent, outlining the date of your departure and the amount of deposit you are owed.
Be sure to include all pertinent information from your tenancy agreement to avoid any misunderstandings.
Once you have given notice, be sure to keep up with rent payments and other obligations outlined in your agreement.
This will help ensure a positive reference from your landlord when you move on.
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