Start your membership account today...  Access to credit reports, 100's of rental specific forms, agreements, letters, checklists, how-to articles, guides, expert advice and much more!  Even a FREE, 3-day trial!

Not a Member?
Get a Free Trial Membership

  Get FREE Stuff! Run Credit Report Rental Forms  Shop & Buy Forms!  Advertise Your Rental Customer Care

Welcome to Landlord.com's Discussion Forum
Sign up Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
fahman

Registered:
Posts: 2
Reply with quote  #1 
I have a unit in Sacramento, CA. My tenants broke the lease and moved out a few months shy of it. I've had it listed on Craigslist as well as had a rental sign out front. It was shown a few times but still I have no applicants. They sent me their new address with the expectation of receiving their deposit. Since they broke the lease, can I keep their deposit to got toward August Rent, as I still have no new tenants moving in for this month? In addition, it cost me time and money to get the place back to "new tenant rental standards." Shoot... I feel like they owe me money....
OHlandlord

Registered:
Posts: 3,814
Reply with quote  #2 
see my reply under your other post
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.

Apartment Finders > > Member Log-in > Free Trial Offer > Free E-newsletter > Customer Service > Get Free Stuff! > Run Credit Report > Rental Forms > Vacancy Center > Do-it-yourself > Evicting Your Tenant > Foreclosure Resources > Landlord Discussion Board > Income Tax Resources > Information Center > Join Landlord.com > Landlord Law > Library > Multi-family > Professional Advice > Rental & Property Mgmt > Rent Collection > Repair & Maintenance > Security Deposit > Software Center > Tenant Screening > Vacation Homes > What's New > Rental Agreements > Free Leases > Inside Our E-store > > Security Deposits > > Landlord Daily News > Rental Agreements >
LandscapingSanJose.net Resources: Cleaner Sunshine coast