Security deposits are a fact of life when you’re renting a house or an apartment. While the specific rules governing the nature of the terms under which they can be collected and must be returned vary somewhat from state to state, the basics are the same pretty much everywhere you go. So, when you’re trying to find an answer to the question of what’s normal and not normal regarding your security deposit, it’s best to consider the standard procedures. In most cases, anything outside of these guidelines is probably not normal.
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Security deposits are a fact of life when you’re renting a house or an apartment. While the specific rules governing the nature of the terms under which they can be collected and must be returned...Read More