Frequently Asked Questions About Vacancies

All Inclusive Realty Group Inc. requires any tenant that is vacating a property to submit a 30-day notice of intent to vacate in writing. After the notice of intent is received, we notify you, the owner, immediately to let you know what is transpiring at your income property.

Common Vacancy Questions

What Happens When the Tenant Moves Out?

When the tenant moves out, we perform a thorough walk through inspection. We use a move-out checklist to document the condition of the property. We also take photographs of the interior and exterior to ensure we have proof of the property’s condition, should the need arise.

Once we’ve completed the move-out inspection, we will provide you with a list of all repairs that are needed: Paint, cleaning, new carpets, etc. At that time, you will have the opportunity to approve or deny any repairs. All Inclusive Realty Group Inc. construction division can complete most repairs including painting, maintenance, plumbing, landscaping, and more. We also have a list of qualified vendors for cleaning, carpets, and appliance repair.

Most importantly, we will maintain an open line of communication with you throughout the turnover process so you fully understand what is needed and who will be providing the repair services.


Who Pays for Repairs?

In general, any damages caused by the tenant will be taken out of their security deposit.

All tenants placed by All Inclusive Realty Group Inc. will have a move-in inspection completed before the unit is occupied. We do this to protect both the owner and the tenant upon move-out.

During the move-out process, we use the same inspection sheet to document the property’s condition. We then carefully compare the move-in and move-out condition to determine the tenant’s responsibility for damages and cleaning. Any damage caused by the tenant that is beyond reasonable wear and tear is billable to the tenant.

Typical charges paid by the tenant include carpet cleaning, repair of broken fixtures, replacement of light bulbs, as well as cleaning of dirty appliances, windows, toilets, and other surfaces (including walls).

Landlords can typically expect to pay for touch up paint (for tenants placed longer than 1 year), minor maintenance items that result from normal wear and tear, and carpet or appliances that have reached their life expectancy (for example, replacement of a 7 year old carpet).

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What Happens When My Property is Vacant?

The property managers regularly drive by vacant properties to make sure that the unit is secure, no damage is being caused, the lawns are watered, and there’s no immediate maintenance need.

Property managers will also enter the property frequently to show it to prospective tenants and provide maintenance persons with access to the unit.

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