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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Rental Secrets by Justin Pogue is a godsend for those of us who are renters. Not only does the book divulge tips for the renters themselves, but it also is a good source of reading material for the landlords too as a way to create better relationships with their renters and vice versa. The tone of Rental Secrets is very straightforward and easily understandable. It has a 'friend in your ear' kind of charm that resonates well while reading through the pages. Another invaluable facet was the summary points and questions at the end of each chapter to make the reader really think about what is most important to them in terms of renting a space, and what may not be as important. The questions posed were perfectly assembled.
Justin Pogue’s Rental Secrets really affected me in such a way. I come from a family who rents out a townhouse so the information that was provided throughout really is going to be put to some good use, as there were things we didn’t know relating to pet rent fees in addition to pet deposit fees. Being still somewhat new to the game, even nine years in, the information to us is very valuable. What I loved most about Rental Secrets was that it was so easy to comprehend. I wasn’t left scratching my head at any point while reading it. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who has ever rented or is considering renting, as well as landlords.