When I was looking for my last apartment, one building required an application fee, first and last up front and a one month security deposit plus a “non refundable damage deposit” for the elevator and a parking permit fee of $50 to get the decal.
I told the person, it I had that much cash, I would put it down on a condo and walked out.
I ended up renting a place that only required one month up front.
posted on 01/19/2020 3:39:58 AM PST
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We owned and lived in a condo that required a $300 move-in and a $300 move-out fee. The HOA board claimed it was for upkeep on the elevators since moving in a household stressed the motors.
I will say, though that the people who did rent in the building were definitely first-class people.
posted on 01/19/2020 6:35:37 AM PST
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