Ending Your Lease

We're sorry to see you go and we hope to have the opportunity to serve you again. If it’s time to end your lease, here’s what you need to know.

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Let us Know You’re Moving Out

The first step to ending your lease is to complete the Notice to Vacate form. Completing this form starts your move out. Once you complete the form, our team receives the information and begins the process of moving you out of the home. Generally, our leases require a 60-day advance notice, but please check your lease for your specific requirements.

Notice to Vacate


Ending your Lease Early

If you need to end your lease early, you will be subject to an Early Termination Fee equal to twice your monthly rent payment

Instead of ending your lease early, consider transferring to another Progress Residential® home. With Progress Residential®, you can transfer from one home to another at any point during your lease. Our Home-to-Home Transfer program doesn’t require you to reapply or requalify, and you won’t have to pay new Application or Lease Administration fees. Learn more about that option here.

Once you’ve decided to end your lease early and completed the Notice to Vacate Form, you’ll need to begin preparing for moving out of the home. 

Ready to Move Out?

Here’s what you need to know about moving out of a Progress Residential home.