How Much Can a Landlord Charge for a Security Deposit in North Carolina?

This question is about North Carolina Security Deposit Law

The maximum security deposit a landlord can charge in North Carolina is 2 months’ rent for leases with terms longer than month-to-month. If the tenant has a pet, the landlord may charge a reasonable amount as pet deposit.

If the lease is week-to-week, the limit is lower: two weeks’ rent. If the lease is month-to-month, the limit is 1 ½ months’ rent.

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The information for this answer was found on our North Carolina Security Deposit Law answers.