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Posted August 25, 2009
Don't waste your time or money on this book.
This book is painful to read. It reads as if it is written by a poorly educated junior high school student. Much of the information this book conveys relates to basic financial principles, and is mostly a matter of common sense. Here's the one-sentence advice that renders this book completely worthless for most people: Find a reputable property manager, and contract with that manager to handle your rental property. Yes, it's that simple. If you can't afford to hire a property manager, you probably shouldn't be a homeowner anymore. Don't waste your valuable money on this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 8, 2008
John Nuzzolese, President of The Landlord Protection Agency
Have you ever heard of anyone becoming a landlord by 'accident'? The Accidental Landlord is an excellent guide on how to make managing a rental property as easy as possible, whether you are an 'accidental landlord' or an experienced real estate professional. In it, Danielle Babb presents to you in simple terms some of the finest proven techniques and forms used by professional landlords across the United States and Canada. In addition, The Accidental Landlord is full of time saving and money making ideas. The book is loaded with many FREE 'Essential Landlord Forms' from The Landlord Protection Agency. She also provides you with helpful internet sources to make your experience as a landlord easy and even fun. I am honored to have The Landlord Protection Agency featured in Danielle Babb's latest book.
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