Living in a big city is not always easy. These are some mean streets. Finding the right place to live is often the most difficult decision you'll have to make. After searching dozens of Craigslist ads, you find several apartments worth looking into. The first one is in a damp basement, the second one is filthy, and the third is decent enough, but the landlord seems a little sketchy—but not sketchy enough to make you want to spend another day looking on Craiglist. You take the place and hope for the best, but shit gets real very quickly, and the next thing you know you're cruising the Internet trying to find out if you're landlord is swindling you. Here are some signs that your landlord may actually a crook. If any of these situations apply to you, maybe you should look for another apartment, or at the very least consult the Tenant's Rights Guide.

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