Tue, 8 February 2022
Fast rising rents can break a couple’s carefully planned budget. Learn six strategies that can help lower your rent and keep more money in your pocket!
Getting a Deal on Your Rent
One of the biggest expenses for couples is housing, especially when it comes to renting in a high cost of living area.
According to Realtor.com's Monthly Rental Report, on average the cost of rent was 10.1% higher in 2021 than in 2020.
Living in the Triangle area of North Carolina, we’re seeing rents rise fast. We’ve heard from multiple friends how quickly their rents have jumped.
There have been plenty of news stories about it. Rents in Durham 20.1% and here in Raleigh going up 22.1%.
Since our theme this month is about saving you money, I’m glad to highlight my chat with Justin Pogue. He's an asset & property management professional and the author of Rental Secrets.
Justin shared with me some strategies that can help you get a better deal on your rent and save some serious cash.
In this episode we get into:
Are you ready? Let’s get started!
Resources to Boost Your Savings Rate
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