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The book “One more thing before you leave home” provides some essentials the first time renter needs to know before stepping into the arena of renting. It is a very easy read, with easy to understand content regarding key facts any renter needs to know before entering a rental agreement. The book is a good resource for renters of any level, from the novice renter to the more seasoned experienced renter with the questions you must be able to answer before you execute or sign a lease.

It emphasizes on what you need to know and prerequisites you must have before renting. There is very insightful content of the type of steps you must take and consider before you rent. Also the qualifications the potential renter must have in order to qualify for their apartment, home, condo or house. What you should and should not do while renting an apartment, a home, a condo or a house. Learn the different ways to pay your rent. Also learn how to build and establish your credit while renting. Before taking on a roommate this book covers the key questions to ask and things to considerations before deciding to share an apartment, a home, a condo or a house.  The facts and stipulations the first time renter or even an experienced renter should be aware of and know in order to get the security deposit back from the landlord. This book also covers reasons why a landlord might not and probably absolutely would not renew your lease.

Simmplissity strides to make the learning process simple when it comes to key elements a first time apartment renter needs to know before they seek out a home. The content provided in our book One More Thing Before You Leave Home can help the first time novice, to the seasoned experienced home, apartment, condo and house renter by providing valuable insights to procedures, contractual agreements and landlord obligations. Simmplissity is adamant to have both the first time apartment renter or first time home renter, the first time condo renter and the first time house renter to understand the decisions they make today, if not wise when it comes to renting a home, can impact their future decisions. The author, who has more than 12 years professional experience within two areas of the condo and HOA (Home Owners Association) industry, enjoy helping people in relation to either renting and buying a particular home. She felt it would be only right for her to disclose information to help them attain knowledge that is seldom shared. This was the primary focus behind the first released “One More Thing Before You Leave Home”. Being first and foremost a mother who cares about her young adult daughter’s generation and believes her own generation should help establish young people towards independence. The book “One more thing before you leave home” provides some essentials the first time renter needs to know before stepping into the arena of renting. It is a very easy read, with easy to understand content regarding key facts any renter needs to know before entering a rental agreement. The book is a good resource for renters of any level, from the novice renter to the more seasoned experienced renter with the questions you must be able to answer before you execute or sign a lease.It emphasizes on what you need to know and prerequisites you must have before renting. There is very insightful content of the type of steps you must take and consider before you rent. Also the qualifications the potential renter must have in order to qualify for their apartment, home, condo or house. What you should and should not do while renting an apartment, a home, a condo or a house. Learn the different ways to pay your rent. Also learn how to build and establish credit while renting. Before taking on a roommate this book covers the key questions to ask and things to considerations before deciding to share an apartment, a home, a condo or a house. The facts and stipulations the renter should be aware of and know in order to get the security deposit back from the landlord. This book also covers reasons why a landlord might not and probably absolutely would not renew your lease.

The book “One more thing before you leave home” provides some essentials the first time renter needs to know before stepping into the arena of renting. It is a very easy read, with easy to understand content regarding key facts any renter needs to know before entering a rental agreement. The book is a good resource for renters of any level, from the novice renter to the more seasoned experienced renter with the questions you must be able to answer before you execute or sign a lease.

It emphasizes on what you need to know and prerequisites you must have before renting. There is very insightful content of the type of steps you must take and consider before you rent. Also the qualifications the potential renter must have in order to qualify for their apartment, home, condo or house. What you should and should not do while renting an apartment, a home, a condo or a house. Learn the different ways to pay your rent. Also learn how to build and establish your credit while renting. Before taking on a roommate this book covers the key questions to ask and things to considerations before deciding to share an apartment, a home, a condo or a house.  The facts and stipulations the first time renter or even an experienced renter should be aware of and know in order to get the security deposit back from the landlord. This book also covers reasons why a landlord might not and probably absolutely would not renew your lease.

Simmplissity strides to make the learning process simple when it comes to key elements a first time apartment renter needs to know before they seek out a home. The content provided in our book One More Thing Before You Leave Home can help the first time novice, to the seasoned experienced home, apartment, condo and house renter by providing valuable insights to procedures, contractual agreements and landlord obligations. Simmplissity is adamant to have both the first time apartment renter or first time home renter, the first time condo renter and the first time house renter to understand the decisions they make today, if not wise when it comes to renting a home, can impact their future decisions. The author, who has more than 12 years professional experience within two areas of the condo and HOA (Home Owners Association) industry, enjoy helping people in relation to either renting and buying a particular home. She felt it would be only right for her to disclose information to help them attain knowledge that is seldom shared. This was the primary focus behind the first released “One More Thing Before You Leave Home”. Being first and foremost a mother who cares about her young adult daughter’s generation and believes her own generation should help establish young people towards independence. The book “One more thing before you leave home” provides some essentials the first time renter needs to know before stepping into the arena of renting. It is a very easy read, with easy to understand content regarding key facts any renter needs to know before entering a rental agreement. The book is a good resource for renters of any level, from the novice renter to the more seasoned experienced renter with the questions you must be able to answer before you execute or sign a lease.It emphasizes on what you need to know and prerequisites you must have before renting. There is very insightful content of the type of steps you must take and consider before you rent. Also the qualifications the potential renter must have in order to qualify for their apartment, home, condo or house. What you should and should not do while renting an apartment, a home, a condo or a house. Learn the different ways to pay your rent. Also learn how to build and establish credit while renting. Before taking on a roommate this book covers the key questions to ask and things to considerations before deciding to share an apartment, a home, a condo or a house. The facts and stipulations the renter should be aware of and know in order to get the security deposit back from the landlord. This book also covers reasons why a landlord might not and probably absolutely would not renew your lease.