Please learn from my mistake and DON'T RENT from RHINO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT. I've learned the hard way that Paul Henderson and his cronies at Rhino Property have no respect for their tenants or the court of law. In the fine print of their one-sided leases, they allow for onerous move-out charges like $120 to change the locks, $300 for cleaning, and $35 for smoke detectors. In my case, they added these provisions into a new lease when I asked to go month-to-month. I made the mistake of not reading the new lease closely enough, under the impression it was the same lease, just with an additional charge for the privilege of going month-to-moth. I took Paul Henderson to small claims court after he withheld a majority of my security deposit, relying on these kinds of unfair charges which were never disclosed. Even after I won a portion of that money in court, Paul Henderson has ignored all of my collection efforts and refuses to pay the judgement. If I had done a simple google search on Rhino Property Management, I would've seen countless reviews like the one I'm writing now. In a time where more and more people are moving to Salt Lake City, Rhino Property Management gives landlords a bad name. They pinch every penny while simultaneously providing inadequate services. In a competitive marketplace, do yourself a favor and DON'T DO BUSINESS WITH RHINO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AND PAUL HENDERSON.