I signed a lease for one year (8/08-8/09), did not know about the 60 day clause. About 6 months into the lease, I asked for a copy of my lease but they told me it has to be authorized. Unfortunately, I didn't go back and double check. Around a 1-1/2 mo. or so before I leave, I go into the office to talk to them about my contract because they left me a letter to come to the office about renewing my contract. Anyway, I told them that more than likely won't be resigning my contract. All the while, they still didn't tell my about the notice. I went back into the office about a month before I left to and told them I won't be resigning and to find out what my move out date is, they gave me the date of 8/8/09. I left on 8/7/09, (the apartment was clean with no damages) went to turn my keys in and they told me I didn't turn in a 60 day notice. They said I owed almost 5x as much as my rent in addition to my deposit and I need to sign a notice. I was already late for my flight (which I missed), so I signed the form and left. A month later they send me a collection notice telling that I owe for 2mo.'s, rental income for Aug. and a water bill that was outstanding and inflated. I wouldn’t recommend this complex to anyone.
Thank you for your comments. We apologize if you encountered any sort of confusion during your stay with us. Turning in a 60-day notice before you move out has always been a policy of ours. It is clearly stated within your lease agreement and we always encourage new residents to read their lease agreement thoroughly. If you reach any sort of confusion about the information stated within the lease, let us know and we would be more than happy to go over the information with you to better help you understand. We at Wesley Apartment Homes ensure that all Team Members strive daily to provide the best possible customer service to all of our communities. Thank you for choosing Wesley Apartment Homes.