so I am 22 years old and from the state of New Hampshire. So I'm a recent college graduate and during the last 2 years, I have rented through the same leasing company with no problems. Fast forward to this past May I graduated and was planning on renting through the same company again and had signed the lease over the summer for a different apartment with the hopes of everything running smoothly. Keep in mind its a college leasing company so they do require a guarantor. I was planning on using the same guarantor as the previous years, but they did not support my move so they decided not to sign the lease this time around. Before I had known they weren't going to approve, I had paid this fall's semester in full ($4,000),on-time and before my move-in day. Due to a lack of job-security/COVID, I had to keep pushing forward my move-in date to the point that I decided to back out of my lease and not move as a whole. Also, I did not pay my security deposit and I did not pay for any renters insurance for the apartment yet/at all because of the uncertainty of when or if I was going to be able to move in. As well, in my lease, it says I am not allowed to move in without renters insurance. Therefore, I was wondering if I was entitled to any money that I had put forth because I did not have a guarantor sign my lease?