The criteria for our GREAT Goodbye...

Provide us with at least four weeks notice to end your tenancy, and your forwarding address

Pay all rent due until the tenancy ends

Return a full set of keys for your home

Give us final meter readings and let us know your gas and electricity suppliers

Make sure the property is cleared of all furniture, white goods, personal belongings and refuse (including lofts and outbuildings)

Make sure the garden, if you have one, is clear and tidy

Clean the property to a reasonable standard, including the kitchen and bathroom

Leave your home in good condition and reasonably well decorated

Leave a wheelie bin and any recycling boxes

Complete any repairs that you
are responsible for

Allow viewings of your home,
if you're asked to

If you could meet most of this criteria but not all, please chat to your Neighbourhood Officer who may be able to help with advice or support so you qualify for your GREAT Goodbye.

You'll find a checklist to help prepare for moving out in your Tenant handbook.

You need to give us at least 4 weeks notice if you intend to move out

Once you’ve let us know, your Neighbourhood Officer will be in touch to arrange a property assessment and take note of any repairs needed before re-letting the property.

During this visit, your Neighbourhood Officer can discuss our GREAT Goodbye and give any advice you’d like about how to qualify. Any repairs which you’re asked to carry out will be confirmed in writing.

Please be aware that in the event these are not fully complete, Loreburn will need to do this work after you’ve vacated and the costs will be re-charged to you.    

Moving to another Loreburn home? 

If you’re transferring tenancies, you won’t need to give us notice as your existing tenancy will end when you return the keys to the home you’re leaving. Please be aware you’ll be charged rent for both properties once the new tenancy has begun, until the keys to your current home are returned.      

When a tenancy is ending due to the death of a tenant, Loreburn allows a rent-free period of 7 days from the date of death.  If a longer period of time is needed, rent is charged on a daily basis following the 7-days, until keys are returned.

Please talk to your Neighbourhood Officer if you need any further advice.