Moving Checklists

We simplify the move-in & move-out process.

We understand that moving house can be a stressful time

That is why we've crafted these helpful moving checklists to help streamline the process. Whether you're moving into a Peartree Group Property Management property or saying goodbye for now, these simple lists provide a blueprint for a successful move. If you need extra assistance, give our team a call: (613) 686-7575.

Move-in Checklist

We're excited to welcome you to your new property. Please review the information below to learn how to successfully move into your rental home.

First & Last Month's Rent

You must pay your first & last month's rent at the lease signing. Last month's rent requirements vary based on the location of your rental home.

Move-in Date & Inspection

We will schedule your official move-in data at the lease signing. You will also receive an inspection report on the day of move-in or prior to your arrival.


All utility you are responsible for must be placed in your name. We require proof of this prior to signing the lease. If you have any questions, speak to a member of our management staff.

Move-out Checklist

We're always sad to say goodbye to good tenants, but we want to help you leave on the right foot. Please review the important keys below as you prepare your move.

Notice of Intent to Vacate

If you plan to move, you'll need to provide us with a completed request to vacate. We will schedule a move-out inspection and provide any other relevant information at that time."

Property Condition

You are responsible for leaving your rental home in the same condition as when you moved in. Please carefully review the requirements listed below:

  • You must also remove all garbage from the property and leave no personal belongings behind.
  • If your rental home has outdoor spaces, perform any regular upkeep, such as mowing the lawn, the day before vacating the home.
  • If damage occurred during your stay, speak with a member of our team to find an amicable solution.

Remember, If you leave the property in bad condition or leave garbage behind, you may be charged.