Notice to Terminate a Property Management Agreement – Samples

A notice to terminate a property management agreement allows an owner to void their contract with a property manager. In most agreements, there is a kick-out clause that allows either party to cancel the agreement with sufficient notice provided, usually thirty (30) days. After notice is provided, the tenants should be contacted by either the landlord or owner to let them know of the change.

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Certified Mail (return receipt)

It’s recommended to send any legal notice via USPS Certified Mail (with return receipt). The receipt will prove to any court that the notice was sent and was received by the other party.

Forwarding Address

It’s advised the landlord inform the property manager that they have to notify the tenants that all rent payments, notices, and requests will be sent to a forwarding address after a specific date.

Sample Notices

The following samples may be used by an owner of real estate seeking to terminate their arrangement with a property management company:

Sample 1

Sample 2

Sample 3