Do You Allow Pets?


Because we manage a variety of properties for a variety of clients we do not have one policy that applies to everyone. If at all possible we would like to accommodate prospective tenants with pets, unfortunately that is not possible for every home or apartment. Here a few general guidelines: If a pet is allowed, all pet records and shots must be provided and up to date prior to move in. If the property information states “yes” to pets then we allow certain pets with a pet fee or a pet deposit. There may still be restrictions as to the type and size of pets and indoor vs outdoor pets. If the property information states “no” then we do not allow pets at that property. If you absolutely want one of our “no pets” properties and believe that an exception should be made for you and your pet, please provide us with a written petition as to why and we will present it to our client, the property owner. These parameters are set by the homeowner prior to management taking over the property and we must abide by their wishes. Please do not get mad at your agent showing you the property or the property manager should you decide to get a pet mid-lease, as we cannot change the homeowner’s decision if they say no. Specific pet references from previous landlords can be very beneficial in the pet decision process. Pet Fees are non-refundable and do not apply to specific damage caused by your pet. Pet Deposits are non-refundable. Your regular Security Deposit will also be applied towards any pet damage. And proof of flea preventative medicine and current shot records will be requested prior to move in.

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