2 weeks out, if possible:

Reserve the moving elevator for your move in date

Contact our concierge to book your elevator time and ensure your moving day runs smoothly!

Schedule your movers

Set up your utilities

Water:  Don’t worry – we set that up for you!

Electric:  You will need to provide your electric account number and provider’s name on the day of move in.  Our preferred electricity provider is Reliant Energy – 1-855-353-7736.  Mention PROMO CODE: MF2791 to receive our resident special.  

TV, Phone & Internet:  AT&T provides phone, internet & Uverse to The Neighborhoods at The Sound.  Call 877-910-0501 or visit https:// to get service.

Complete a change of address form to ensure you get your mail at your new home –

Alert your most important social circle about your move

This should also include notifying your bank, employer, insurance company, magazine subscriptions – and don’t forget mom.

1 week out, if possible:

Purchase renter’s insurance

To receive your keys, you will need to show your declarations page, with a minimum of $50,000 in liability coverage.

 If you have a pet, ready them for the move

Pets are smart, so they probably already know something is going on.  But you’ll need to be ready to pay for your pet deposit and fee before moving in.

If you have kids, register them for their new school:

Elementary School (grades K-5): RICHARD J. LEE Elementary School

Middle School (grades 6-8): COPPELL Middle School WEST

High School (grades 9-12): COPPELL High School

A few days before

Start packing (or if you’re an early-bird, this was done weeks ago)

Double-check the details

Did you remember to schedule your moving elevator time and call the movers??

Schedule the pickup of your keys from the leasing office

Don’t forget to have a copy of your renter’s insurance declarations page, your electricity account number and provider’s name, pet deposit/fee and first month’s rent paid on the online portal, and your Toll Tag number handy for moving day.

Pack a small moving day kit

Toiletries, a few paper goods, medications, a change of clothes and dog food are recommended.  It always seems like Advil and toilet paper are the hardest things to find when you need them most!

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