Obligo requires confirmation from the property manager that the lease has ended to release your Billing Authorization. If there are any move-out charges, these are typically made after the lease-end date, after the property manager has been able to assess the condition of the property and submit charges.

Obligo gives notices, reminders and phone calls to property managers to ensure that Billing Authorizations are released as soon as your move-out inspection is complete.

If you are near your lease end date, or you have already moved out, you can reach out to your landlord or property manager to close your Obligo account. You can view your property manager contact details in tenant.myobligo.com as well.

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