The last three secrets fall into the Cure category — fixing stuff.Some less-than-scrupulous landlords may try to keep your deposit. Now, I’m not suggesting that you always put up a fight for a couple of lousy cheeseburgers.The landlord must send you a deposit check, along with an itemized statement of any dollars deducted from your deposit.If not, you could have a solid case for your full deposit, plus interest.I’m not sure what prevention has to do with Robert Smith, but the first two secrets I have for you fall into this category.Knowing or doing these when you move in will help you when you move out.
Take pictures of the carpet, the walls, cabinets, sinks, toilet, light fixtures, and so on.
There are nail holes from where you hung all the Pink Floyd, Barbarella, and Saw movie posters.
(And didn’t your landlord say “no holes in the wall”?
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Second, the landlord is only allowed to deduct from your deposit for certain things, such as back rent, cleaning, and repairs. Take pictures, just in case there’s a worst-case scenario.