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Renting Your First Apartment (Consumer Books For Students Series)

Larry Burkett
Renting Your First Apartment (Consumer Books For Students Series)

Renting Your First Apartment (Consumer Books For Students Series)

Larry Burkett

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80 Pages

- Publisher Renting Your First Apartment and the entire Consumer Books for College Students series are great for teenagers or young adults as well as anyone giving them basic life directions. Shortly after graduation from high school, young adults begin thinking about being "on their own." But what that exactly entails is usually not fully understood. One of the most important decisions a young adult will make is where to live. Author and nationally-syndicated radio host Larry Burkett recognizes the seriousness of such a decision along with many others at this critical point in a young person's life. Therefore, he created the Consumer Books for College Students. Designed to fill in the gaps in modern education, these succinct, easy-to-read books teach young adults basic life skills necessary to survive in the world. This apartment isn't small, it's cozy! Renting your first apartment can be a haair-raaising experience, but not if you seek wise counsel first. Larry Burkett's Renting Your First Apartment is exactly what you need to help you manage all the details and find the right apartment for you. Larry's pointers cover things like: Housing costs Rental contract info Pros and Cons of co-renting Budgeting info Questions to ask the landlord Basic rights of tenants Larry Burkett's Consumer Books for Students will teach you the skills you need to succeed on your own. Each book takes you step-by-step towards making wise, biblically-based decisions_whether you're renting an apartment, getting a credit car, buying a car, or preparing for college. LARRY BURKETT is founder and president of Christian Financial Concepts, a non-profit ministry that teaches biblical principles of finance. He has written more than forty books, and lives with his family Gainesville, Georgia. In Renting Your First Apartment, Burkett provides common-sense, biblical advice on the financial aspects of moving away from home. He begins by asking if it's even the right time to move out. From there, he tackles, one by one, the myriad of details involved in renting your first apartment. For example: Choosing the Right Roommate How Much Can You Afford? Negotiating With Your Landlord Keeping Up Your Own Place As young adults prepare to leave the nest, Renting Your First Apartment will be of great assistance. With handy checklists, this book is a practical must. How to Use This Book Chapter 1Do You Need to Move Out? Chapter 2Are You Ready? Chapter 3Can You Aff

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80 Pages
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Renting Your First Apartment and the entire Consumer Books for College Students series are great for teenagers or young adults as well as anyone giving them basic life directions. Shortly after graduation from high school, young adults begin thinking about being "on their own." But what that exactly entails is usually not fully understood. One of the most important decisions a young adult will make is where to live. Author and nationally-syndicated radio host Larry Burkett recognizes the seriousness of such a decision along with many others at this critical point in a young person's life. Therefore, he created the Consumer Books for College Students. Designed to fill in the gaps in modern education, these succinct, easy-to-read books teach young adults basic life skills necessary to survive in the world. This apartment isn't small, it's cozy! Renting your first apartment can be a haair-raaising experience, but not if you seek wise counsel first. Larry Burkett's Renting Your First Apartment is exactly what you need to help you manage all the details and find the right apartment for you. Larry's pointers cover things like: Housing costs Rental contract info Pros and Cons of co-renting Budgeting info Questions to ask the landlord Basic rights of tenants Larry Burkett's Consumer Books for Students will teach you the skills you need to succeed on your own. Each book takes you step-by-step towards making wise, biblically-based decisions_whether you're renting an apartment, getting a credit car, buying a car, or preparing for college. LARRY BURKETT is founder and president of Christian Financial Concepts, a non-profit ministry that teaches biblical principles of finance. He has written more than forty books, and lives with his family Gainesville, Georgia. In Renting Your First Apartment, Burkett provides common-sense, biblical advice on the financial aspects of moving away from home. He begins by asking if it's even the right time to move out. From there, he tackles, one by one, the myriad of details involved in renting your first apartment. For example: Choosing the Right Roommate How Much Can You Afford? Negotiating With Your Landlord Keeping Up Your Own Place As young adults prepare to leave the nest, Renting Your First Apartment will be of great assistance. With handy checklists, this book is a practical must. How to Use This Book Chapter 1Do You Need to Move Out? Chapter 2Are You Ready? Chapter 3Can You Aff
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Meet the Author

Larry Burkett

Larry Burkett was the founder and president of Christian Financial Concepts, a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching Biblical principles of money management. He was the author of over seventy books, including The Coming Economic Earthquake, Your Finances in Changing Times, The Financial Planning Workbook, Investing for the Future, Financial Parenting, and Business by the Book, with totals in excess of 11 million. Larry's ministry also included a monthly Christian newsletter and four worldwide radio broadcasts, Money Matters, How to Manage Your Money, Money Watch, and A Money Minute, Larry died in 2003.

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  • Catalogue Code 142629
  • Product Code 0802409814
  • EAN 9780802409812
  • Pages 80
  • Department General Books
  • Category Christian Living
  • Sub-Category Financial Management
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Jan 2000
  • Dimensions 164 x 136 x 4 mm
  • Weight 0.068kg

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