I am writing to request your permission to remodel the (house/flat/studio) in which I now reside. I wanted to remodel the (kitchen/bathroom/bedroom) and finish the (tiling/woodwork/painting). I require this because...
I plan to sell the house later this year. At that time, I will send you a check for $5,000 so you can keep the money coming in rather than spending it all. After I sell the house, I'll give you another check for what's left over.
Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Renovation Letter Sample
This letter is written to request permission to remodel the kitchen of our home. We need to change some things around in there because we want to make it more functional and easier to clean. The only thing we cannot do is replace the flooring since that is an extra cost that we can't afford right now.
Respectfully, Sir/Madame/Madame/Madame/Madam I am (Name), a (Resident/Owner/Tenant) of (House Number/Flat Number) in (Wing/Block) of our community. I'm writing to you to bring to your attention the necessity for parking for myself.
It is my understanding that there is now no parking available for visitors to this community. I feel this is not only unfair to those who may want to visit these homes but also dangerous for those who live here. There are very few spaces left for residents to park and these are often taken by people visiting from outside the community. This leads to overcrowding on the streets and can cause accidents.
I believe that all communities should be able to offer safe and convenient parking for their residents and guests. Therefore, I request that you make an effort to find space for visitors to leave their cars inside the community when they go to shop or dine nearby.
Thank you for your consideration.
The letter should include the particular date you want to quit the premises as well as the date you intend to hand over the keys to the property owner. The letter should include a request for a property inspection, the firm's forwarding address, and a phone number for a person of authority employed by the business. If possible, have someone else deliver the letter or show up with the signed contract as proof that you are no longer responsible for the lease.
If you fail to give notice, you will be considered to have continued under the original lease agreement and would be required to continue paying rent until a new tenant is found. The property owner has the right to accept or reject any potential lessee and may charge a fee for the search process. Therefore, it is important that you get the name and address of the current landlord before you leave town so that they can contact them if they choose to do so.
In some cases, the property owner may be able to offer you a sublease if there is space available. You would then become responsible for paying the new tenant while still being able to use the property under the terms of your original lease agreement. Subleasing is common in large corporate leases where only part of the office space is owned by the company that hires professional tenants such as attorneys, accountants, and consultants. The owner may also have additional leasing agents that they employ to find them new tenants.
It should include the necessities, such as: