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Renters checklist
Renters checklist
Renters checklist

Renters checklist

What should I do to prepare for my move?

Renters checklist
Renters checklist

Renters checklist

What should I do to prepare for my move?

Moving can be an exciting but stressful process

Staying organized and preparing for your move early will help you avoid last-minute chaos. Here are some moving tips and checklists to keep you prepared from start to finish.

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Moving checklist

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Set your budget for the move

Collect free boxes from restaurants, liquor, grocery and office supply stores

Get packing supplies (tape, labels, mattress covers, etc.)

Make a private list of which boxes you packed your valuables in

Make time for friends and relatives before the big move

Pack a little bit each day — the earlier you start, the better

Make a moving playlist to make packing more fun

Start packing things you don’t use often first

Organize all financial, legal, school and medical records in one safe place

Seek out new service providers in your new area (medical, nearest police station, grocery stores and shops)

Finish up necessary current home repairs

Confirm moving day, get mover’s insurance and secure a moving company

Secure new cable/internet providers for your new address and schedule installation ahead

Back up your computer and important digital files, just in case

Schedule the day you want your current utilities turned off

Update your accounts with new address

Continue packing and set aside a week’s worth of clothing that is easy to access

Request some time off before and after moving day for packing and unpacking

Schedule sitters for kids and pets during moving day

Sell and donate any items you don’t want or need

Refill prescriptions you might need

Prep two week’s worth of meals to use up everything in your fridge/freezer

Set up mail forwarding to your new address

With Reliant, you can start new or transfer existing service in just minutes

Finish packing — aim to finish a couple of days before moving day

Plan a final walkthrough with your landlord to get your security deposit back

Secure important items to transport yourself for safekeeping (to make sure they don't get lost)

For cleaning current and future homes, hiring cleaners makes moving out/in easier

For fewer moving boxes, donate nonperishables to a local food pantry

Place screws and fasteners into a sandwich bag, then tape bag to the item they belong to

Pack a bag of essentials for the first few nights in your new home (clothes, toiletries, plastic utensils, pillows and blankets)

Keep some trash bags ready — they come in handy!

Review the bill of landing (list of shipped items)

Do a final walk-through. Lock windows and doors, turn off lights, ceiling fans and make sure you have everything

Moving is hard work, so remember to tip your movers

At your new place, set up your bed and unpack your shower curtain and toiletries first

Go grocery shopping and stock your new home food essentials

Start unpacking your kitchen and bathroom

Get to know your new neighbors

Set up a new home security system with Reliant

Make spare copies of your new house keys

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Important papers, such as birth certificates, passports and any records containing bank account information or social security numbers

Checkbook and credit cards

Phone and charger

Laptop computer and charger

Medications and vitamins

Toilet paper and essential toiletries

A change of clothes for each member of your household

Snacks and water for kids and pets

A child’s favorite toy or blanket


Tape measure


Trash bags

Paper towels and cleaning supplies


Jewelry and other valuables, heirlooms or irreplaceable items

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. Read both your current and new rental agreements carefully to determine when you can move apartments.
  2. Go over any differences between the policies. For example, does your new apartment have different policies regarding pets?
  3. Make sure to ask your new landlord about any questions or concerns based on your experiences at your previous apartment.
  4. Transfer utilities to your new apartment so they will be on when it’s time to move.
  5. Start planning how you will arrange your new apartment based on the number of rooms and layout.
  6. Complete a move-out walkthrough for your old apartment and a move-in walkthrough for your new apartment to assess for any damages.

Availability for apartments and rental homes can change quickly, so it’s important not to plan too far in advance. For most renters, it’s safe to plan 30 to 60 days in advance of the date you want to move in. For those without a current lease, it can be possible to sign a lease and get the keys to your new place on the same day. If you currently are leasing another property, make sure to read your rental agreement to determine how far in advance you need to plan.

There are lots of things to consider before moving into your new apartment or rental property. Here are a few important tips:

  1. Consider budgeting for moving expenses such as boxes, rental trucks, movers, etc.
  2. Plan ahead for valuable, fragile or important items to ensure their safety when moving.
  3. Seek out new dentists, doctors, schools, vets, etc., if you’re moving to a new town.
  4. Provide notice of service changes to your current utility companies.
  5. Set up or transfer services to your new utility company once you know your new address.
  6. Considering filling your prescriptions to have them ready before the move.
  7. Forward your mail to your new address.
  8. Transfer prescriptions to a new pharmacy.
  9. Change address for your subscription and online services.
  10. Update addresses at banks, loan lenders, credit card lenders and car insurance agencies.