I get my security deposit back

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I get my security deposit back

Q: Can I get my security deposit back if I leave the property dirty or damaged?

A: It is possible that you may not receive your full security deposit back if you leave the property dirty or damaged. It is important to follow the terms of your tenancy agreement and

leave the property in a clean and undamaged condition in order to receive your full security deposit back.

Q: Can I be charged for professional cleaning even if I cleaned the property myself?

A: It is possible that you may be charged for professional cleaning even if you cleaned the property yourself. If the landlord or property manager determines that the property was not left in a clean and tidy condition,

they may hire a professional cleaning service to bring the property up to standard. You may be responsible for paying for this service if it was required due to your failure to clean the property adequately.

Q: Are there any items that I can throw away or dispose of before I move out?

A: You should not throw away or dispose of any items that are the property of the landlord or that are required to be left behind as part of the tenancy agreement.

However, you can throw away or dispose of your own personal belongings and any rubbish that you have accumulated during the tenancy.

Q: Can the landlord or property manager enter the property to assess the cleaning and tidying before I move out?

A: It is generally not permitted for the landlord or property manager to enter the property without your permission during the tenancy.

However, they may be able to enter the property to assess the cleaning and tidying before you move out if this is specified in the tenancy agreement. It is important to carefully review the terms of your tenancy agreement and follow any procedures outlined for end of tenancy inspections.

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