Tenant Move Out Information

Tenant Move Out Information

We understand that moving can sometimes be a challenge, and even confusing when it comes to rental property. We have prepared this handy guide of tenant move out information in order to help you better understand the move-out process. You may have received some of this information at move-in, but it is always helpful to have a small reminder.

Notice to Vacate

Giving Your Notice

California Leasing tenants are required to give 30-days notice prior to moving. We have provided herein a “Notice to Vacate from Tenant Form” to be used when you anticipate moving.

Before giving notice:

  • Check your rental agreement/lease to see if you are eligible to give notice. It will specifically state when you can give notice. A lease is a binding agreement for a set period and you may still be bound to the lease.
  • If you need to move and you are still committed to a lease period, contact your California Leasing management team to discuss your options.
  • Notices must be in writing. The day California Leasing receives the notice is the date the notice begins. For example, do not fill out a notice with the current date and mail it five days later, thinking the date you mailed is the notice date.
  • California Leasing does not accept notices by e-mail because of lack of signature; California Leasing does receive notices by fax.
  • California Leasing does not provide rental history to other landlords/property management companies unless tenants submit a written Notice to Vacate and the tenant gives the authority to California Leasing to give out rental references.
  • The California Leasing Notice to Vacate from Tenant contains the authorization for allowing California Leasing to give out rental references. This form is included with this information.

Please take a moment to print out this form, review all the tenant move out information and return to our office by fax, email or in-person. 

Notice to Vacate