Instructions for moving out.
When you want to give up your apartment, you must first fill in a notice of transfer. This should be done well in advance, at least three months before the planned move. The notice period of right-of-occupancy apartments is three months. You can find the transfer notice on this page and at the sales or property management offices. All holders of the right of occupancy must sign the notice of transfer. Remember to also ask your spouse’s or partner’s consent to making the notice of transfer, because without it you cannot transfer the right. You can fill out the notice electronically using the link down. Alternatively, you can return it by e-mail to email@example.com or by post to the Avain sales office. We will send you a confirmation of receipt, along with the index calculation moving out instructions.
Even if you already live in a right-of-occupancy apartment, you must still apply for a new right-of-occupancy apartment with a new queue number. If there is a queue, the queuenumber determines the order of priority between the applicants.
On the other hand, right-of-occupancy residents can change apartments without a queue number, so if you find another resident who wants to change apartments with you, you can do so without a queue number. In such a case, you can contact our sales.
Cancelling the contract by the owner is always related to the neglect of the resident’s duties, such as a breach of contract terms, unpaid charges or a lifestyle that significantly disturbs other residents.
In addition to the notice of transfer, you must make two other notifications when you move out: