There is a thing with the landlord. It’s that they would magically disappear somewhere when you are facing issues with the apartment. However, they will always find a way to make you pay the pet deposit or play any of their tricks to trouble you. 

But it’s time to expose these landlords. That’s why a Twitter user @retrograde is telling us how landlords are playing dirty tricks. “I’m gonna start showing you guys some of their secrets and tips so you can stay ahead of their game,” @retrograde added and continued with sharing a bunch of screenshots from the group.




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“looking inside of someone’s car…they’re so creepy.”

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“so basically they “can’t discriminate” means they’ll find something else to deny you housing that falls within legal bounds.”

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“here are some other memes they’ve recently posted…when someone steps on families and people that aren’t as well off to get ahead, you have to question their morality.”

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“most of them are, as you’d expect, terrible human beings”

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“so…what i’m hearing is that you shouldn’t tell landlords you have a service animal?”

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“as we knew, these “investors” are driving young adults, who more than often cannot meet these insane standards, out of the housing. units will sit empty for months and you might be denied because of your JOB.”

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“here are some other memes they’ve recently posted…when someone steps on families and people that aren’t as well off to get ahead, you have to question their morality.”

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“here are some other memes they’ve recently posted…when someone steps on families and people that aren’t as well off to get ahead, you have to question their morality.”

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“here are some other memes they’ve recently posted…when someone steps on families and people that aren’t as well off to get ahead, you have to question their morality.”

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“expect changes in the future in regards to pet deposits and service animals”

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“landlords can and will take the deposit you put down to hold a unit if you end up not being able to come up with the rest of the money to move in. i recommend not giving them a deposit to hold until you’re ready to move in.”

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“they’re getting more strict with paystubs. be aware!”

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“people with felonies also deserve housing. everyone deserves housing.”