Found someone who’s a great fit for your property? Once you have a Renter you've screened, it's time to get them moved in both in real life as well as within TurboTenant. When a Renter becomes a Tenant, TurboTenant attaches them to a Lease, allowing you to easily organize several Renters on one Property.
You’ll find the Moving In option within an Applicant's profile. Navigate to the Renters section -> Applicants tab and click on the individual to view their profile. After looking over their application and screening report (if you’ve requested one) if you've decided they are a great fit for your property, click MOVING IN.
Not such a great fit? Read more about options for Renters who are not moving in our Renters who are Not Moving in Help Center Article.
What is a TurboTenant Lease?
Clicking MOVING IN will prompt you to add the Renter to a lease. Leases within TurboTenant create a connection between a Renter and your Property. Leases help you keep important details and documents organized and in one place. A Lease in TurboTenant does NOT create a written agreement or legal document.
Learn more about Leases in this Leases Help Center Article.
If you have not already added a lease within TurboTenant, you will be prompted to add one before moving in a renter. You can add the Renter to an existing Lease if you have one. Remember this is NOT creating a Lease agreement, it is for organizational purposes only.
If another Renter will be on this Lease, click ADD RENTERS for a list of Applicants & current Tenants who have also applied to this Property.
Once a Lease has been created you’ll see your APPLICANT is now a TENANT.
You'll find them in the TENANTS tab of the RENTERS section.
You’ll also see your new lease within the LEASES section of TurboTenant.