A: In New Hampshire, landlords who own more than 6 units can charge a security deposit equal to one month's rent or $100, whichever is greater. The funds must be kept in a separate escrow account. The landlord must issue a receipt for the deposit, indicating where the funds have been deposited.
A: If you have held the deposit for more than 12 months, you must pay at least the amount of interest that you actually earned on the money.
A: You must return the deposit within 30 days after the tenant vacates the premises. If you are deducting any amount from the deposit, you must also provide a written statement itemizing the deductions. The tenant must advise you of their new mailing address within 30 days after moving out.