July 18, 2017
When you move into a rental place, it's normal to want to make it your own by hanging pictures or even painting an accent wall in a colour other than beige.
But when you're renting, you must remember: any changes you make may be reversed by your landlord once you move out — and a landlord is entirely within their rights to use your money to do it.
That's why renters have to walk a fine line between making themselves feel at home and avoid making changes that will cost them their security bond.
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