If you (as the owner) are allergic to pets then we would suggest that you not allow pets, but roughly 66% of Americans have pets so to market a home as a “no pets” property, means we’re eliminating over half the pool of qualified renters for your property. Not only this, people with pets are less likely to move if pets are allowed. Should you decide to market your property as “pet friendly”, we will always look at factors such as the breed of the animal, the animal’s age, and the prospect’s history in renting with a pet. We also collect significantly higher security deposits when a pet is approved, thereby giving you added assurance that, should there be any damage to the property, the tenant has enough at stake to make it right when they vacate.
An additional pet fee based on the full grown weight of each pet is charged at lease signing. This fee is nonrefundable and goes to the owner.
Service animals are not considered pets, and therefore can not be denied occupancy or charged any additional fees.