Move Out Policy

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Per Wisconsin Statute 704.27

The rental period is from the first day of any given month until the last day of that month. When moving out you must give at least a 28-day written notice. This notice MUST be given at least 28 days prior to the last day of the month that you wish to move.

If, at the end of the month, you are still in possession of your unit (unit not cleaned in accordance with check list and all keys not returned to World Property Management), you will be billed double daily rent for each day, until you return your keys to World Property Management.

To avoid paying double daily rent, please bring your keys to our office at W175 N11117 Stonewood Dr., Germantown after you have cleaned and vacated the premises. All keys must be turned in no later than 5 p.m. on the last day of the month or agreed upon date. Once your keys have been received, your Security Deposit can be refunded, less any itemized deductions, within 21 days of releasing possession per Wisconsin state law. Based on circumstances,there might be other ways to return your keys. Please contact your property manager for discussion and authorization.

704.27 Damages for failure of tenant to vacate at end of lease or after notice. If a tenant remains in possession without consent of the tenant's landlord after expiration of a lease or termination of a tenancy by notice given by either the landlord or the tenant, or after termination by valid agreement of the parties, the landlord may recover from the tenant damages suffered by the landlord because of the failure of the tenant to vacate within the time required. In absence of proof of greater damages, the landlord may recover as minimum damages twice the rental value apportioned on a daily basis for the time the tenant remains in possession. As used in this section, rental value means the amount for which the premises might reasonably have been rented, but not less than the amount actually paid or payable by the tenant for the prior rental period, and includes the money equivalent of any obligations undertaken by the tenant as part of the rental agreement, such as payment of taxes, insurance and repairs.