Updated: May 26, 2021
If you’re renting a home right now in the Spencer’s Crossing area and are thinking about buying, I’m going to guess you don’t want to lose your security deposit!
Most people don’t want to lose the large chunk of money they put down when they first moved into their rental home.
And yet sometimes, when renters move out, they’re shocked to find that the deposit they receive is less than what they originally gave the landlord.
Why does this happen?
In today’s article, I’m walking you through six different reasons a landlord may deduct from—or keep entirely—your security deposit. Read the article here!