A few weeks before the end of your contract, the departure process and liquidation begins. This process consists of 3 steps:
- Firstly, we need to know when you have chosen to leave the apartment.
- Let us know how you want the caution to be returned to you and we make the liquidation.
- The moment you leave the apartment, we will make an inspection to check whether everything is at the original state.
STEP 1: Departure or renewal?
To organize your departure process and make available the room for the future tenants, we need to know what you want to do:
- To inform about my departure day.
- To stay some days more after my departure day.
- To renew my contract to continue to live in the apartment.
- To renew my contract, but I prefer to change the apartment.
STEP 2: Liquidation
The Liquidation is the adjustment of the costs when the contract is terminated. It will be made when the stay is finished. Includes:
- Restitution of the caution.
- Possible costs that are the result of the departure revision.
- Cleaning conditions and tidiness.
- Damages caused in the apartment that are not consequence of the habitual use of it.
- Pending charges of the rent, consumptions or others.
STEP 3: Departure revision
The departure revision is a visit of the accommodation made by a technician of Emancipia to inspect the cleaning conditions, tidiness and possibly damages caused in the housing that are not consequence of its habitual use. A few days before you leave, a technician of Emancipia will contact you to arrange the inspection visit.