I'm being evicted early regardless of the fact that I paid a 2000 deposit. I was told that if I had trouble paying my rent then it could come out of my deposit.
That was a verbal contract. I moved in and trusted the landlord and now they are evicting me because I wrote them a note stating that I could not pay the last two months rent becuase I was trying to buy a home. I said they can take my deposit in exchange, which would work out better in their favor of an extra hundred dollars. Fact- I was lied to.
Fact - Part of the reason I wanted to not pay the last two months rent is so that they could not screw me like they do to every other tennant. Reffer to the links below for multiple examples. It is true I don't have the cash since I'm purchasing a home. I spent my rent on a down payment on a home deposit.
I thought that it would be ok if I let the landlord keep my deposit, guess not. Regardless, there is a power issue here. There is no need to evict me early when they have over two months rent in hand. They could be understanding and helpfull but if you move here you will find it is a horrible experiace, look at the other sites.
Please try to distinguish between facts and opinions. You will notice that in other reviews the landlord smashes people with their opionions to take focus off of the complaints from tennants.
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