At the end of any tenancy, you’ll need to conduct an inspection of the property to determine how to return the departing tenant’s security deposit and to evaluate what needs to be done before a new tenant is moved in. The main question you’re like to face is whether you’re looking at normal tenant wear and tear or tenant damage. It’s an important distinction. Normal wear and tear is the responsibility of the landlord. You’ll be the one paying for it. Damage, on the other hand, is something you can hold your tenant accountable for by
keeping some or all of their security deposit.
How do you know the difference?
Let’s take a look at how to know you’re looking at normal tenant wear and tear when you’re turning
over a rental property.
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