If you need to move before your lease is up, you have a few options:
Lease Buy Out: With a buy out, there is a flat fee to buy out your lease, which will release you from all of the obligations of the lease (except for any damage that may have been caused to the unit). Not all of our properties are eligible for a lease buy out.
With the three options below, all new tenants must be approved by our office.
Sublet: There is no fee to sublet your apartment. Sublets are generally useful if you intend to return to your apartment. To sublet, you will need to notify the office with the full name, email address, and phone number of your sublet tenant. They will need to fill out an application and pay the credit check fee. If they are approved, we will send a sublet agreement to all parties for signature. You will also need your own sublet agreement with your sublet tenant. You are responsible for advertising the unit for rent and showing the property. If you sublet tenant fails to pay rent or utilities, or causes any damage you are still responsible.
Modified Relet: There is no fee for a modified relet of your apartment. If you wish to do a modified relet, you will need to notify the office with the form below. You are responsible for advertising the unit for rent, showing the property, and having the new prospective tenant fill out one of our applications, with the associated application fees. The new tenant will need to pay applicable move-in and pet fees. Once a new tenant is found and approved, you will be released from your lease obligations. You remain responsible for the rent and utilities until a new lease commences.
Relet: To relet your apartment, you will need to fill out the form below and deliver it to our office. There is a fee of 1 month’s rent to relet. When you relet your apartment, we will handle advertising and showing your apartment. Once a new tenant is found, and all new lease documents are signed, you will be released from you obligations under your original lease. You remain responsible for the rent and utilities until a new lease commences.