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To be successful renters, your clients need to understand how to secure housing that is right for them. They also need to know how to care for their unit and maintain good communication with landlords and neighbors. Understanding the legal side of renting and their rights as a renter is also helpful. We can help you better serve your clients so that they have increased financial knowledge and confidence in order to improve their financial well-being.

Related resources

Renter 101 Online Course — Check out this free online course helps renters better navigate the rental process. Take-and-teach resources are included to adapt the course to an in-person setting.

Renters and Homeowners in Non-metro Areas are Increasingly Cost-BurdenedHarvard Joint Center for Housing Studies — See how the share of households in non-metropolitan counties that are housing cost-burdened in 2000 and in 2014.

National American Indian Housing Council (NAIHC) — Learn more about NAIHC, a national organization representing housing interests of Native people who reside in Indian communities, Alaska Native Villages, and on native Hawaiian Home Lands.
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