More and more people are choosing to rent apartments rather than buying real estate. This is due to the fact that banking conditions for the purchase of real estate are impossible for many. There are many rental options: it can be a long-term rental (more than 2 years), tourist accommodation (rent by day or week) and short-term rental (from several weeks to 12 months). Many people know what it takes to rent an apartment, but not everyone knows how to move out of a rented apartment.
Move out of a rented apartment
When you sign a rental contract, you agree to all the terms of the contract, and we strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with the terms of the lease, which vary depending on the real estate agency. In the case of a tourist rental, the tenant has the right to stay in the apartment for the number of days specified in the contract. Upon the expiration of the contract, the tenant is required to vacate the apartment and return the keys.
The same thing happens with a short-term lease: the date of completion of the contract is indicated, and the tenant does not have the right to stay in the apartment. If the tenant wants to extend his stay, a new contract is concluded. In the case of a long-term lease, the contract is extended until the tenant wants to move out of the apartment. It is with this type of lease that problems arise when a lease is completed.
The tenant of the rented properties in Noida is obliged to notify the owner of the apartment and the agency about leaving the apartment. Each contract indicates the minimum period for which you should warn about the departure. The agency has the right not to return the deposit for the apartment if you do not fulfill this clause of the contract.
The deposit (usually 2 months of rent) is refunded in full only if the apartment is in the same condition as at the entrance. We strongly recommend that you carefully check the inventory specified in the contract. Make sure all objects listed in the inventory are in the apartment.
Also, we recommend that you take a photograph of the apartment on the day of arrival. If you want to change furniture, be sure to warn the owner of the apartment, without whose consent you do not have the right to change anything in the apartment. If you throw away the furniture that is in the apartment, you will be forced to pay the price for each item.
If you stopped in an unfurnished apartment and the owner of the apartment is not interested in the furniture you purchased, you will be forced to leave the apartment empty. On the day of completion of the contract, after you have collected all your belongings, the real estate agent must carry out an inspection of the apartment and arrange for the return of the deposit if the rented properties in Gurgaon is in the same conditions as at the entrance.