Quote Originally Posted by bcr229 View Post
I would get the bolded part in writing. In real-estate transactions anything that is verbal, in texts, or in emails is irrelevant; only agreements on paper and signed are enforceable. This also is true when buying a house; if info in the MLS is incorrect and you don't catch it, that's on you not the seller/real-estate agents.

After you have moved everything out, do your own walk-through take pictures and DVR of the condition of the apartment, especially the area they claimed there was mold present. Then do the final walkthrough with the landlord.

I was both a tenant and a landlady for many years and saw shady dealings from both sides, so you need to protect yourself.
For sure.