Security Deposit Deduction Guide

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When a tenancy comes to an end, everyone involved wants it to go as smoothly as possible. The tenants are moving on to a new home, and the landlord and property manager are focused on getting new tenants in as quickly as possible. An easy ending isn't always possible, though.

Security deposit deduction disputes occur when the landlord feels that the property or its contents have not been left by tenants in the condition that they were in at the beginning of the tenancy - in cases like these, an appropriate amount should be taken from the security deposit to cover the costs of replacement or cleaning or repair of damaged items. However, the tenant may dispute this.

Our free Security Deposit Deduction Guide is designed to help property managers navigate the issues surrounding these deductions. In the Guide you'll find:

  • Ways to avoid disputes
  • Examples of wear and tear vs. damage
  • How to handle disputes when they do occur


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