Deposit Refund Information
About your security deposit refund
Shore Management will provide tenants with an Itemized Disposition of Security Deposit and refund (less any deductions) to tenants once ALL tenants have vacated the unit. A check will be made payable to ALL tenants on the Rental Agreement. We will write separate checks to individual tenants if we receive a signed, written authorization from all tenants identified on the Rental Agreement.
We do not refund the deposit or any portion of the deposit for roommate changes.
About the deductions
Shore Management, Inc. may deduct for certain items that need repair or cleaning. Some of these items are as follows:
We are very fastidious about the cleanliness of our units. Each property undergoes a rigorous deep cleansing prior to any tenant occupancy. All appliances, windows, carpets and cabinets are thoroughly cleaned; therefore, Shore Management may deduct from your security deposit any cost associated for cleaning the unit to our expectations. Shore Management cleaners charge on a per job basis. See Guidelines For Cleaning, Painting, Flooring, and Repairs for information on costs associated with cleaning. A deduction may also be made for the disposal of any items left in the unit.
Shore Management may deduct from your security deposit for the cleaning or replacement of carpet, if applicable. In the event you clean the carpets yourself, and they require additional cleaning, you may be still realize a charge for cleaning. See Guidelines For Cleaning, Painting, Flooring, and Repairs for information on costs associated with carpet cleaning.
If the carpet in your unit needs replacement at the end of your tenancy, you may be charged a pro-rated amount of the cost that exceeds normal wear & tear. (See Normal Wear & Tear section below.)
Shore Management may deduct a prorated amount from your security deposit for painting that exceeds normal wear & tear. (See Normal Wear & Tear section below.)
Other Damages & Misc Items
Shore Management may also deduct for other damages to the unit. In addition, deductions may be made for misc. items such as keys not returned. See Guidelines For Cleaning, Painting, Flooring, and Repairs for a list of charges.
Normal Wear & Tear
Shore Management pro-rates items to account for the unused life of the item. Painting charges are prorated on a 36-month basis; whereas, charges for replacing carpet are prorated based on a 60-months of useful life.
The tenant will be furnished with copies of invoices for all relevant charges withheld form the tenant’s security deposit. If you have questions or disagree with the deductions made, please send an email to: email@example.com