You are responsible for your rent through the terms that are stated in your lease agreement. If breaking a lease agreement is necessary, Champion still requires a 60 day notice (which you are financially responsible for), plus an additional two months of rent (for a total of 4 months), plus a $1,000 lease break fee, plus paying back any rent concessions that were given upon move in. You must live in your community for at least 6 months to be able to exercise our lease break policy. Residents may also try to find someone to do a lease-takeover for their apartment to avoid incurring these charges. Anyone who does a lease-takeover must fill out an application through Champion so that they may be properly screened and approved by our office.
***In the case of military deployment, with proof of deployment paperwork, the resident is required to give a 30 day notice and is financially responsible through those 30 days. However, the other lease break fees do not apply. Deployment paperwork will sever the lease agreement between the community and the deployed only (so if there is a non-spouse roommate, they are still bound by the lease agreement).