Getting ready to move into one of our RPM Living apartments across the US? We can’t wait to welcome you to your new home! As you prepare for move-in day, there are a few items to make sure you have in order so that your move-in day goes smoothly. Here is a handy checklist to keep your moving arrangements on track and avoid unnecessary hassle.
Sign Your Lease Documents
Step one is of course to make sure your leasing documents are signed by all involved parties, including yourself, any other tenants sharing the apartment with you, and a leasing agent. You should receive a copy of your signed leasing documents once they have been processed, but please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our leasing office if there are any hiccups with our automated system or you are still waiting for a leasing agent to sign.
Provide Proof of Renter’s Insurance
In accordance with your lease agreement, you’ll need to provide proof of renter’s insurance prior to moving in. Ensure that the coverage meets the requirements set out in your leasing document and please list your RPM Living apartment as an interested party on your policy so that we can be updated with this information. If you have any questions about renter’s insurance requirements or need a recommendation for an insurance provider, don’t hesitate to reach out to our leasing team.
Pay Pet Deposit (if Applicable)
If you are moving in with a pet, you’ll need to ensure that you have paid the pet deposit and pet fee prior to move-in. You’ll also need to provide a few details about your pet(s) including their name, age, and breed. These details also help us return your pet to you if they are ever lost or wandering outside of your RPM Living apartment without your supervision. If you adopt a new pet after moving in, please be sure to update our office with your new pet information.
Pay Security Deposit
A security deposit is a refundable fee paid at the beginning of your residency in order to help cover the cost of any damages to your apartment that may result during your stay. This deposit must be paid prior to moving in and will be paid back to you minus any repair costs when you end your residency at any RPM Living apartment community.
Provide Vehicle Information
If you have a car that will be parked in our community, we ask that you provide a few key details including its license place number, make, model, and year. This helps us ensure that we are able to meet the parking needs of all our residents and maintain the security of our community by ensuring that all vehicles are authorized to be parked here. If you get a new car after moving in, please be sure to update the office with its new details as well!
As always, if you’re looking to live in one of our luxury apartments, you can always shop RPM Living communities across the US by checking out our Communities page.