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In most states and jurisdictions, security deposit laws allow a landlord to deduct from a security deposit for any damage or excessive dirtiness, but not for any expected, normal wear-and-tear.

Sometimes a security deposit is called a "damage deposit," and is generally some amount of money that the landlord is able to hold on to if a rental property needs any cleaning or repairs, in order to return the property to the condition. . . . .

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Cleaning services are always in demand. Few people have the time or desire to clean their home or business themselves. The “gig” economy has inspired entrepreneurship and to create a part-time cleaning service business is quick and easy. You can save money too by creating a free professional profile on A cleaning business can be a flexible means of supplementing your income. Even if you have a full-time job or are raising a family, you can clean houses, offices or buildings in you off-hours, evenings or weekends.

OjaMove is an excellent tool that helps part time cleaning businesses market and promote their services. Here are four ways OjaMove can help your part time cleaning business thrive.

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Stop being overcharged for cleaning services with itemized cleaning task lists.

There have been lot of talk about how to price and charge for cleaning services in the cleaning industry. There’s been a shift in how cleaning companies price their services and it can be a huge benefit to customers and consumers.

Itemized cleaning services could be the exact solution you need to hire a cleaning service in 2018. If you’ve never used itemized cleaning services, here’s what you should know about them.

Itemized cleaning means you can pick and choose your cleaning services based on what you need cleaned. For ex. . . . .

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