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Let a former tenant know they might be getting (at least some of) their deposit back.Create now
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Here's the info you'll need to have handy to complete your doc:
Who's the tenant
Have their name and contact info ready.
Who's the landlord
Have their name and contact info ready, too.
Where's the rental property
Have the address handy.
What deposits the tenant paid
Know what kind of deposits they paid and what they were for.
What's a Landlord Letter Returning Security Deposit?
When it's time for a tenant to move out, it's also time to assess whether or not they're getting all, or any, of their security deposit back. Taking into consideration the state of their place—from whether the stove still works, if their dogs peed on the carpet, if the walls need paint, and more—you can calculate easily how much you'll pay back. This form keeps the process straightforward, detailing what deductions might have been made and why.