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Tenant's menu & FAQ
Q: How to find your statement?
A: The whole statement is shown once you login.
Q: What are charge and payment?
A: Amount payable by the tenant/land contract buyer, it offsets with the payment received, which becomes owner/land contract seller's income.
Q: What is balance due?
A: Total amount owed to the landlord or to the land contract seller. The bigger the number, the more is owed.
Q: How to find out your balance due?
Q: What is security deposit?
A: Usually 1~1.5 month of rental amount. The balance of the tenant's deposit is to be return to the tenant, after the expenses withheld.
A landlord's deductions from a tenant's security deposit must be reasonable. The landlord may make deductions for missing rent payments and for damages beyond ordinary wear and tear, which is the subject matter's depreciation or deterioration in value by reasonable and ordinary use by the tenant. Examples of non-deductible wear and tear include: paint retouching, minor cleaning, small tack holes, and nicks and scratches. Examples of deductible damages include large or excessive holes in the wall, carpet stains, and broken doors and windows.
If a landlord wrongfully withholds a tenant's security deposit, the tenant may be entitled to additional damages beyond the amount of the security deposit. These may include statutory damages for local consumer collection practices act violations, damages that may total two or three times the value of the deposit (depending on the state), consequential (resulting) damages, interest, and in more rare instances punitive damages. from Wikipedia
Q: Where to find withheld deposit?
A: It is shown as Deposit applied to balance in your statement.
Q: How to contact our team?