Many Americans look forward to owning their own homes, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But both rent to own and traditional rental arrangements offer some significant upsides, too. Problem with the foundation or roof? Your landlord will take care of it. Figure out you don’t like something about a house or neighborhood? You can look for a new one. Decide to take a job across the country? You can leave unencumbered by a huge investment. Have a baby and need more space? You can upgrade without a fuss.
In fact, the biggest thing renters need to worry about when ending tenancies is simply leaving rental homes in good enough condition that they’ll get their security deposits back. And as long as you take the following st Continue reading “Renting? Be Sure You Follow These Steps to Get Your Security Deposit Back”