He said that he's deducting: $220 for patching ant repainting nail holes in walls. It was a 3br appt, and we hung between 7-10 pictures all using the tiniest nails possible. $90 for house cleaners. He admits that the house was clean (we swept, mopped, vacuumed, cleaned the kitchen, bath etc) but not "move-in ready" (didn't clean windows or baseboards) $70 for carpet cleaning. The carpet had no stains and was less than a year old. (he installed carpeting in the bedrooms between the lease signing and move-in, which pissed me off because the apartment I leased was all hardwood) $13 for replacing a crusted oven drip pan. (I cleaned the oven, but overlooked the drip pan because it was in the broiler) Here's the thing, we did a walkthrough and he didn't mention any of that shit. Beyond the drip pan, all of the rest of that stuff seems like normal wear and tear to me. It's not the tenant's responsibility to make the apartment ready for the new tenant, is it? Are these charges bullshit?