60 Day Notice

By Dylan Luther


I move into the apartments on Aug 31 and upon the move I made it very clear that I will be moving into a house in November.  I signed for a 3 month lease Aug-Nov and did not receive a mail key because I was not planning on stay long which again made it very clear to the apartment staff.  I paid my rent Oct 7 and had to talk to the assistant manager because I paid the rent late.  I explained to the assistant manager that it was my first time I paid rent and was not clear on the due date.  I also explained that I was leaving the next month and would only have to pay rent for Nov because I was moving into a house.  I went in the office today to find out if they would give an incentive on leaving the 1st of Nov and was told that I also had to pay for Dec.  I gave notice of my move out month upon signing of the lease and again Oct 7 to the assistant manager.  Please help because I cannot afford to pay a house payment and apartments and I don’t feel this is fair. 

Edited on: Friday, October 25th, 2013 8:53 pm

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