Hate to break it to you, but having a lease agreement approved isn’t a green light. Before you can move in there’s a lot of information you need to get from your landlord and others. By taking this short quiz you learn what you’re doing right, and why it is important to get the answers to the questions you haven’t asked yet.

Where do I park moving van?

Is there a freight elevator?

How many days notice?

What's the deadline be moved in?

Where should my help/movers park?

If the weather goes south, what happens?

Make your life easy, sometimes landlords will let you park in places normally reserved for another use.
There's a lot of apartment buildings that have retrofitted elevators that are very, very small.
You do not want to start your relationship with super off on a bad foot, always get approval.
Most landlords are not going to cool with you moving in for weeks or in the middle of the night.
The last thing you want to do is get off on a bad foot with your new neighbors or have your friends/family ticketed.
If you've got to ask the question, "Should I say something to the landlord?" the answer is probably a 'yes'.
If the date you selected gets rained/snowed out you've got get your new date approved by the super.

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