The 5 Worst Things a Landlord Can Find When a Renter Moves Out

When your renter moves out, have you ever found anything left behind? Here is a list of the worst things a landlord might find in an apartment.

Sometimes, whether intentionally or not, when renters move out, they leave something or other behind in the apartment.

Of course, what residents leave behind is often not glamorous. It’s never a mink stole or diamond-encrusted goblet. (And if it is, or even something not as valuable, I’m not sure if landlords have to keep it for a certain amount of time in case the renters come back looking for it. If you know for sure, let me know in the comment section.)

Here is a list of the five worst things I could imagine finding left behind in an apartment. Have you ever found anything left behind, and if so, what was it, and what did you do with it?

The 5 Worst Things a Landlord Can Find When a Renter Moves Out

A Pet—If poor Lord or Lady Fluffington is left behind after a move, definitely try to feed him (who knows how long the poor thing’s been locked up in there by itself!) and call a local animal organization to take care of him if you don’t want to/can’t take care of him yourself.

Read the rest of the list here.