Moving Checklists

Make Your Big Move Easier with Our Checklists

Moving into a new home comes with plenty of unique challenges. At Gusto Property Management, we want to help our customers have the best experience possible. We've created these checklists to answer some of the most common questions about the moving process. Whether you're getting ready to take possession of one of our rental properties or you're preparing to say goodbye, use the information below to guide your move in the right direction.

Of course, if you have any other questions, feel free to contact our team: (909)  330-­0600

Move-in Checklist

Congratulations on being accepted for a Gusto Property Management rental property in the Inland Empire!

First Month's Rent & Security Deposit

Your first month's rent check, security deposit, and any other applicable fees are all payable at the lease signing. Be sure to confirm the amount and payment method with our team in advance.

Move-in Date & Inspection

We will handle all move-in steps at the lease signing, including providing the keys and setting the move-in date. We will also provide an overview of our inspection policies at this time.

Utility Accounts

One of the stipulations of your lease is that all utility accounts must be placed in your name. Please call the relevant utility providers immediately after moving in to your home. Any delay could result in outages or administrative fees.

Move-out Checklist

We're always sad to say goodbye to good renters, but we wish you the best of luck in your future housing endeavors.

Notice of Intent to Vacate

You'll need to provide us with written notice of your intent to move out of your property. This should be taken care of well in advance, according to the terms set out by our lease agreement. Please refer to your lease to learn more about the duration of your stay.

Remember, if you leave before the end of your lease, you are liable for all rent payments through the agreed move-out date.

Property Condition

Before you return the keys to your rental property, you'll need to take care of the following:

  • Rental Cleaning: Thoroughly clean the home after removing all possessions from the property. Please note, any trash or personal effects left behind may result in additional fees. Sweep/mop/vacuum all floors, wipe down hard surfaces (including walls), and sanitize the bathrooms and kitchens.
  • Landscaping & Outdoor Areas: Homes with outdoor space often have maintenance needs, such as mowing the lawn and weeding the landscape beds. Take care of these responsibilities one last time before moving out.
  • Repairs: Any damage beyond wear and tear that occurs during your stay must be addressed. Patch any holes left by nails and screws, replace burnt lightbulbs, and repaint if necessary. If extensive damage has occurred, it's better to coordinate with our managers to get the problem resolved amicably.

Security Deposit

We aim to return security deposits as quickly as possible after your departure. We will perform a final inspection to check for any damage that has taken place, and if necessary, we'll schedule visits from vendors to address the problem(s). The cost for these repairs will be deducted from the deposit.

It's important to note that the security deposit cannot be used to pay your final rent bill.

The security deposit is a safeguard if something goes wrong and can only be used for such purposes.