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Should I accept pets?

National statistics show that over half of all renters have pets. By being open to allowing pets, owners will increase the number of potential tenants from the prospective rental pool. If maximizing rent is important, maybe owners should consider allowing pets because we require the tenants to pay a non-refundable pet fee paid to the owner. However, it is OK to say no pets. If you are open to allowing pets, we can tell tenants that “pets will be considered on a case by case basis”. That way we can dictate the pet’s type, size, weigh, etc. to ensure owners feel comfortable allowing pets in their property.

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